The Awakening | Razor Burn

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Razor Burn

by The Awakening

The 7th full length album for fans of Gothic Rock, Darkwave and Industrial Rock
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. Outside the Asylum
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2. Arrow
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3. Heaven Waits
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4. The Neon Sky
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5. Razor Burn
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6. Darkness Calls (Razor Burn Part 2)
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7. Bleeding
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8. Descent
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9. Oblivion
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10. Halo
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11. Below
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12. Asylum
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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South Africa's premier Gothic Rock band for over a decade, now based in the USA. The Awakening have released 7 full length album's since 1997 and have just released their 8th full length album "Tales Of Absolution + Obsoletion" in July 2009. The Awakening's music has evolved and mutated over the years, incorporating goth, industrial, dark-rock, electro, new wave and various shades of experimental.

Take a walk on the dark side...


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