This is Count Oculus’ music collection on Bandcamp.

Count Oculus

London, Ontario
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  1. The Sublime Conquest of Nothing
    by Rampancy
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    Choose Your Side Choose Your Side
  2. Rampancy / Ancient Stone
    by Rampancy
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    Orifice Blasphemy Orifice Blasphemy
  3. Split w/ Noma
    by Rampancy
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    Age of Filth Age of Filth
    appears in 1 other collection
  4. Split w/ Sete Star Sept, IHATETHISWORLD & Porraloka
    by Dead God Dilemma
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    Side One Side One
  5. Tree and Stone
    by OXCROSS
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    A Beginning Without An End A Beginning Without An End
  6. Ecdysis
    by Horrendous
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    The Stranger The Stranger
    first impression was too good for me to say no. This record rules.
  7. The Departure of Consciousness
    by Fórn
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    Dweller on the Threshold Dweller on the Threshold
  8. Myrkur
    by Myrkur
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    Nattens Barn Nattens Barn
    Absolutely beautiful. Textured with vocals of a fallen angel and accompanied by the sounds of nature's wrath. Huge inspiration to me right now.
  9. Glass Bones, Paper Skin
    by The Concrete Summer
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    The Little Prince The Little Prince
  10. Kentucky
    by Panopticon
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    Killing the Giants as They Sleep Killing the Giants as They Sleep
    Black metal and folk are no stranger to each other. We're used to European folk influences but rarely do we see the sounds of southern traditional mixed in with the dark atmospheres of black metal. Even more so, the political overtones of the lyrics are a refreshing and astounding change to the genre.