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The Jericho Records

Ancient Methods

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1
Walls
Ancient Methods
3:30
2
Twelve Stones to Divide Jordan's Sand
Ancient Methods
4:55
3
The City Awakes
Ancient Methods
3:35
4
Treason Creeps In
Ancient Methods
5:22
5
The House of Rahab
Ancient Methods
6:18
6
Array the Troops (feat. Regis)
Ancient Methods; Regis
6:25
7
The Seven Shofars (feat. Orphx)
Ancient Methods; Orphx
4:45
8
Crack and Collapse in the Storm of Lights
Ancient Methods
5:52
9
Swordplay
Ancient Methods
4:51
10
Omen's Duty
Ancient Methods
5:14
11
I Am Your New King (feat. King Dude)
Ancient Methods; King Dude
5:45
12
Moonset (feat. Cindytalk)
Ancient Methods; Cindytalk
1:19
13
Walking on Cursed Soil (feat. Prurient)
Ancient Methods; Prurient
10:17
14
In Silence
Ancient Methods
1:54
Total Playing Time    70:02
The debut release from Ancient Methods, released on his own self-titled label. Billed as a prequel to the label's seven other releases, this 14-track LP features guests Regis, Orphx, Prurient, and Cindytalk.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ancient Methods Studio Masters

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