Kvelertak: Meir, LP (Vinyl)
Kvelertak: Meir, LP (Vinyl)
€31.90
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Kvelertak : Meir

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
reissue, limited edition on purple wax, gatefold sleeve
  • Indie Recordings
  • (INDIE107LPP)
  • 11 Tracks
  • EAN 7090014392461
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Åpenbaring

A2

Spring Fra Livet

Backing Vocals
  • Ashley Redshaw
A3

Trepan

B1

Bruane Brenn

B2

Evig Vandrar

B3

Snilepisk

B4

Månelyst

C1

Nekrokosmos

Backing Vocals
  • Ashley Redshaw
C2

Undertro

D1

Tordenbrak

D2

Kvelertak

Credits

Artwork
  • John Dyer Baizley
Bass
  • Marvin Nygaard
Drums
  • Kjetil Gjermundrød
Guitar
  • Bjarte Lund Rolland
  • Maciek Ofstad
  • Vidar Landa
Management
  • Jonathan Rice
Mastered By
  • Alan Douches
Producer
  • Kurt Ballou
Mixed By
  • Kurt Ballou
Vocals
  • Erlend Hjelvik

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