1. Dirge by Wormrot - CD () for $ from vepimunchsforcomsofrresofttansecharju.xyzinfo Heavy Metal - Order by Phone /5(4).
  2. Wormrot - Dirge Myspace. Year: Tracklist: vepimunchsforcomsofrresofttansecharju.xyzinfo One Gives a Shit. 2. Compulsive Disposition. 3. All Go No Emo Waste of Time. Stench of Ignorance. Meteor to the Face. Addicts of Misery. You Suffer But Why Is It My Problem. Erased Existence This is a long time coming, but I figured it was time to finally put it.
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  4. Album. Dirge Wormrot. Released Dirge Tracklist. 1. No one gives a shit Lyrics. 2. Compulsive disposition Lyrics. 3. All Go No Waste Of Time Lyrics. Stench.
  5. Sep 18,  · Band: Wormrot Album: Dirge From: Singapore Genre: Grindcore Tracklist: 1. No One Gives a Shit 2. Compulsive Disposition 3. All Go No Emo 4. Public Display of Infection 5. Overpowered Violence 6. Semiconcious Godsize Dumbass 7. Spot a Pathetic 8. Evolved into Nothing 9. Butt Krieg Is Showing Fucking Fierce So What Ferocious.
  6. copies - Black/White vinyl, copies - Yellow vinyl, copies - Red vinyl, copies - Red/White vinyl, copies - Black vinyl. Official music videos: "Spot a Pathetic" — "Erased Existence" Recording information: Recorded and mastered at TNT Studio. Identifiers: Barcode: Matrix / Runout (Side A): MOSH LP A SST MPO.
  7. FORMAT VINYL 2LP RUNNING TIME 80 minutes FILE UNDER Drone / Noise / Sludge / Doom / Dark Ambient / Shoegaze / Post-Metal. Originally released on CD by Brazil's Essence Music in , the original album tracks were re-mixed and re-edited in early to create four side-length tracks.
  8. Dirge () is a Studio album by Wormrot. Genres: Grindcore. Songs: No One Gives a Shit, Compulsive Disposition, All Go No Emo, Public Display of Infection, Overpowered Violence.
  9. Dec 15,  · “Blue Train,” John Coltrane. Jazz just works better on vinyl. Like classical, there is no definitive jazz album (although some might disagree with Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue”).Missing: Wormrot.

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