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Naglfar – Terras

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Every metalhead who has a little interest in the more melodic blend of Death and Black Metal, knows the name Naglfar. It’s also a common fact that these guys always deliver a solid album, and they did it once again. Everything you expect from Naglfar is present. It sounds familiar, it sounds like it’s made by pure pro’s, it sounds like Naglfar. “Terras” is not the best album of their career, but if you are a Naglfar follower or a melodic black metal fan in general, it’s worth your money.(Ricardo)

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