Haemophagus - Slaves To The Necromancer LP

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Italian Grindcore Re-released on 12" vinyl (400 copies on black vinyl; 100 copies on blood red vinyl) in 2011. Co-produced by Despise The Sun Records, Zas Autoproduzioni, Jennifer Grind Records, Death Crush Rec0rds and Blasphemous Art Productions.

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Grindcore
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12" LP

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