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Light This City - аккорды, тексты, табы, табулатуры, gtp

Страна: США
Даты: 2002 - 2008

Light This City was an American melodic death metal band from the Bay Area of San Francisco that was active between 2002 and 2008, with some reunion shows in 2010.

They released one independent album and three albums with Prosthetic Records before disbanding in 2008. Tyler Gamlen and Ben Murray were the co-founders of Reflections of Ruin Records, where they released The Hero Cycle which was the band's (and the label's) first official release. They are notable for being one of the few aggressive metal bands having a female lead vocalist.

Their albums featured collaborations with renowned musicians such as Chuck Billy of Testament ("Firehaven" off Stormchaser), and Trevor Strnad of The Black Dahlia Murder ("Fear of Heights" off Facing the Thousand).

After disbanding, Laura Nichol (vocalist), and Ben Murray (drummer) formed a punk rock band called "Heartsounds". Ryan Hansen (Guitarist) and

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Дискография [+]

Альбомы и синглы:

  • The Hero Cycle [05.09.2003, альбом]
  • Remains of the Gods [17.05.2005, альбом]
  • Facing the Thousand [19.09.2006, альбом]
  • Stormchaser [11.11.2008, альбом]
Название Материалы
A Desperate Resolution
Beginning With Release
Bridge To Cross
City Of The Snares
Facing The Thousand
Fear Of Heights
Fractured By The Fall
Fragile Heroes
Give Up
Guardian In A Passerby
Guiding The North Star
Last Catastrophe
Letter To My Abuser
Light This City
Like Every Songs Our Last
Maddening Swarm
Picture Start
Remains Of The Gods
Sand And Snow
Self Portrait
The Anhedonia Epidemic
The Collector Part 1 Muse
The Eagle
The Static Masses
The Weight Of Glory

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