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Abiogenesi

Abiogenesi
Country
Italy
Profile
An Italian prog band with some metal influence and a tendency to focus on supernatural subject matter like witches and vampires.
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Releases on file (5)
Abiogenesi — Io sono il vampiro Abiogenesi — Io sono il vampiro
(Black Widow BWR088, 2005, CD)
Abiogenesi — Le Notti di Salem Abiogenesi — Le Notti di Salem
(Black Widow BWR046, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — King of the Witches - Black Widow Tribute Various Artists — King of the Witches - Black Widow Tribute
(Black Widow BWR 039, 2000, CD)
Abiogenesi — Il Giocoscuro Abiogenesi — Il Giocoscuro
(Black Widow BWR018, 1998, CD)
Abiogenesi — Abiogenesi Abiogenesi — Abiogenesi
(Black Widow BWR011, 1995, CD)

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