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Seasons Of The Wolf

by Seasons Of The Wolf

Traditional American Heavy Metal with a new edge.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Victim Of Darkness
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2. October Moon
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3. Misty Shades Of Green
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4. Electric Dimension
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5. Long Cold Winter
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6. 10,000 10,000
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7. Quiet Earth
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
First self-titled SOTW Album: Official release June 1997 Produced by Seasons Of The Wolf, engineered by Bud Snyder. This album introduces to the world SOTW's signature sound. Re-mastered to capture the full sonic beauty of the atmospheric, dark horror, and SCI-Fi themes that SOTW combines into a Gothic brand of Power Metal. Songs "Victim Of Darkness" and "October Moon" became classic underground hits on college radio in the U.S. during fall 1998 and helped to expose this endangered species.


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Ashley

Seasons of the moon
This album brings back so many memories of hanging out at the industrial park, I still glad to see you rockin on... Keep up the hard work guys.