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Haiku Funeral

Haiku Funeral
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Haiku Funeral is the duo of Dimitar Dimitrov (electronics, spring drum, voices), a veteran of Bulgarian black metal bands like Glades of Doom and Corpus Diavolis, and bassist William Kopecky, best known from his work in Far Corner, Yeti Rain, Snarling Adjective Convention, and many more.
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http://www.haikufuneral.com
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Releases on file (5)
Haiku Funeral — Hallucinations Haiku Funeral — Hallucinations
(Aesthetic Death ADCD 034, 2016, CD)
Haiku Funeral — Nightmare Painting Haiku Funeral — Nightmare Painting
(Aesthetic Death ADCD 025, 2012, CD)
Haiku Funeral — Hell Haiku Funeral — Hell
(Witte Dood WIT049, 2010, CD)
Haiku Funeral — If God Is a Drug Haiku Funeral — If God Is a Drug
(Hikikomori HRCDR008, 2010, CD)
Haiku Funeral — Assassination in the Hashish Cathedral Haiku Funeral — Assassination in the Hashish Cathedral
(Hikikomori HRCDR006, 2009, CD)

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