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Friday, 30 March 2012

Venom - Temples of Ice / The Waste Lands


Well, you'll likely know of Venom, but perhaps not of these two albums from the more shady parts of their discography (the two hardest of their albums to find these days, or so I've been reliably informed). These albums are pretty rocking, but aren't a patch on Venom's seminal early years. Both are original presses, with Temples of Ice on Under One Flag, and The Waste Lands on Music for Nations - two great and long gone labels.

1 comment:

  1. under one flag was actually music for nation's sublabel for the heavier stuff like venom or onslaught.

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