℗ 2020 Tee Pee Records
Duration 49m 39s
Record Label Tee Pee Records
Catalogue No. TPE90220
Release Date April 10, 2020
Genre Rock
 

Sons of Midwestern Darkness

Witch Taint

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1.1
Introduction
Witch Taint
1:04
1.2
We Are Your New Gods
Witch Taint
3:32
Interlude  
1.3
Black Metal vs Death Metal
Witch Taint
0:34
1.4
Death to Death Metal
Witch Taint
3:54
1.5
Sons of Satan
Witch Taint
4:07
1.6
Can One Be Grim and Extreme All of the Time?
Witch Taint
1:19
1.7
Changes (a Little Less Time for Satan)
Witch Taint
5:02
1.8
Viking Heaven
Witch Taint
4:28
1.9
Ready 4 Lvv
Witch Taint
4:46
1.10
Are You Ready (To Black Metal)
Witch Taint
2:35
1.11
On the Grimness of Noodles
Witch Taint
0:21
1.12
Sons of Midwestern Darkness
Witch Taint
3:20
1.13
The Dark Way
Witch Taint
3:08
1.14
Taint of the Witch
Witch Taint
3:24
1.15
Conclusion
Witch Taint
0:41
1.16
Gods of the North (Bonus Track)
Witch Taint
4:40
1.17
In the Hall of the Witch (Bonus Track)
Witch Taint
2:44
Duration    49m 39s
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tee Pee Records Studio Masters

Track 1 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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