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  1. Iskra (4) Ruins ‎ (CD, Album) Southern Lord: LORD US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace 0 6 For /5(13).
  2. Ruins by Iskra, released 01 January 1. Lawless 2. Ruins 3. Predator Drone MQ-1 4. Traume 5. Nihil 6. Illegal 7. Aegis of the Victor 8. Der Einzige 9. Lebensraum Battle of the Hundred Slain Go to stoneshaperfelharimhelldweller.xyzinfo for free download of this release with all art, booklet pages, and lyrics included.
  3. Jun 28,  · Iskra Ruins (Southern Lord) By God, this is a sloberknocker; Iskra come through with their third full length called Ruins reissued on Southern Lord, and the outcome looks and sounds like a car wreck!. Ruins is by far the Canadian black crust quartet’s most visceral and fantastic record to date. What should you expect from Ruins?Tremolo, tremolo, tremolo, and break neck bass drumming that.
  4. Dec 27,  · Iskra - Ruins (, full length) (The Leveling Dust) in the split album with Doom Siren and hoping the upcoming release something ferocious like that. My wish is granted. Ruins left me suffocated with its unforgiving speed and dynamic. I could actually trace Immortal and Marduk influences all over the record, particularly the latter.
  5. Dec 14,  · Despite what the general public may think, extreme metal is rarely written by extreme people. For all the songs about devouring maggot-ridden brains and summoning Shub-Niggurath, we all know that Corpsegrinder is really just a huge World of Warcraft nerd, and Trey Azagthoth is actually a closet Sailor Moon fanboy (and occasional emulator of the late Steve Irwin).
  6. Ruins is the latest album from the anarchist metal band Iskra hailing from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The album has no definitive release date, but as of March 19th, , they say this on their website: "The European / Brazilian edition of ISKRA's "Ruins" LP is now at press!

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