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  1. Elenion Ancalima
    by Emyn Muil
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    The Lay Of Númenorë The Lay Of Númenorë
  2. Écailles De Lune
    by Alcest
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    Écailles De Lune (Part II) Écailles De Lune (Part II)
  3. Les Voyages De L'Âme
    by Alcest
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    Faiseurs De Mondes Faiseurs De Mondes
  4. Septembre Et Ses Dernières Pensées
    by Les Discrets
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    Effet De Nuit Effet De Nuit
  5. Sorni Nai
    by Kauan
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    akva akva
  6. The Way of the Voice
    by Ophidius
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    The Calling The Calling
  7. DRUDKH & GRIFT - Betrayed By The Sun / Hägringar, Split LP
    by GRIFT
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    Källan Källan
  8. Túrin Turambar Dagnir Glaurunga
    by Emyn Muil
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    Túrin Son Of Húrin Túrin Son Of Húrin
  9. Syner
    by GRIFT
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    Undergörare Undergörare
  10. Terminal Redux
    by Vektor
    00:00/00:00
    LCD (Liquid Crystal Disease) LCD (Liquid Crystal Disease)
  11. Hof
    by Misþyrming
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  12. Syner
    by GRIFT
    00:00/00:00
    Undergörare Undergörare
  13. Eld
    by Skogen
    00:00/00:00
    Genom Svarta Vatten Genom Svarta Vatten
  14. In Mordor Where The Shadows Are - Homage to Summoning
    by Various Artists
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    Land Of The Dead Land Of The Dead
  15. Echoes of Battle
    by Caladan Brood
    00:00/00:00
    To Walk the Ashes of Dead Empires To Walk the Ashes of Dead Empires
  16. Söngvar elds og óreiðu
    by Misþyrming
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    Söngur uppljómunar Söngur uppljómunar
    Chaotic and beautiful with one of the most brutal atmospheres that I have heard.
  17. Sorni Nai
    by Kauan
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    akva akva
    Absolutely fantastic.
    The beast of an album takes you on a captivating journey even if you don't speak a lick of either finnish nor russian.
    Everything from the synthesizers and female vocals to the heavy guitars and black metal growls is absolutely spot on. The line between post-rock and atmospheric black metal has never been thinner.
  18. YouTube Autopsy
    by A Dose of Buckley
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    YouTube Autopsy - Intro YouTube Autopsy - Intro