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Impaled on a Saxophone in a Dimly-Lit Room

This tune, "Eschaton Horo," is off Seven Impale's 2014 release City of the Sun, and shows something of the range they are capable of.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-11-28


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Related artist(s): Seven Impale

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