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Bring Me Home - Torche - In Return (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cokebottle Blue w/ Silver Smoke Vinyl release of In Return on Discogs. Label: Robotic Empire - robo • Format: Vinyl 10 Torche - In Return (, Cokebottle Blue w/ Silver Smoke, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. Jun 20,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Bring Me Home · Torche In Return ℗ Relapse Records Inc. Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. In return Lyrics: I won't tell about the world / You will be so professed so / There's no time / Freedom yearn / We have lived on a high / Heaven so unwired / He won't be so satisfied / We can hear.
  4. Torche Concert Schedule No Events! =(Track Torche! About Torche Tour Albums. Torche appeared on the Alternative scene with the release of the album 'Torche' published on August 28, The track 'Mentor' quickly became a hit and made Torche one of the most popular performers at that time. Thereafter, Torche came out with the hugely famous album 'Meanderthal' which includes some of the .
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Torche - In Return at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Torche collection.
  6. Sep 18,  · In Return is the second release by American stoner metal band Torche. It was released on September 18, through Robotic Empire in the United States and Rock Action Records in Europe on 15 October. Bring Me Home: Torche is the self-titled debut album from the Miami-based metal band Torche. The album was released through Robotic 5/5(1).
  7. Torche CD discography Songs for Singles, Artist's upcoming addition to a six year stretch of well-deserved lionization within the world of metal, is basically a super solid collection of singles (though I'm pretty sure the title actually refers to one's legal interpersonal status) written by, and therefore in, the instantly appealing songwriting style developed by the band Now, if you are.
  8. The second track "In Return" is the fastest thing on here, and might be the best track; the slow plodding of Bring Me Home gives an epic foundation for its multiple vocal harmonies, and Rule The Beast rides a groove that Maiden's Run To The Hills might be scared of.5/5(2).

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