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Afterlife - Icarus Witch - Songs For The Lost (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 11,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Songs For The Lost by Icarus Witch Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Icarus Witch - Songs for the Lost music CD album at CD Universe, 1, Out For Blood 2, Nature Of The Beast 3, The Sky Is Falling 4, Queen Of Lies 5, Mirror, Mirror.
  3. Icarus Witch are definitely retro and old-school and whatever else you want to stick on them, but at what cost? Songs for the Lost comes off as unfocused and without a true identity, an album from a band that doesn't exactly know what direction they want to go in yet. There are so many different styles used here that the music becomes rather.
  4. Tracklist with lyrics of the album SONGS FOR THE LOST [] of Icarus Witch: Out For Blood - Written In The Stars - The Sky Is Falling - Nature of the.
  5. Songs for the Lost, an Album by Icarus Witch. Released 11 September on Cleopatra (catalog no. CLE ; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal.
  6. The afterlife Though just beginning it's so soon to end Will we ever meet again? Live for today before it slips away The time is here and now Won't you tell me what is to be The time is here and now, not in the afterlife In the afterlife (Don't count on destiny) Afterlife (In the end you will see) In the afterlife Dark clouds form overhead.
  7. Recording information: Recorded from October - June in Pittsburgh, PA, USA, Bound Brook, NJ, USA, and London, England. Identifiers: Barcode:
  8. Songs For The Lost by Icarus Witch, released 11 September 1. Out For Blood 2. Written In The Stars 3. The Sky Is Falling 4. Nature Of The Beast 5. Mirror Mirror feat. Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple/Rainbow) 6. Queen Of Lies 7. Devil's Hour 8. House Of Usher 9. Afterlife Smoke & Mirrors feat.
  9. Even for a period in time when vintage/classic heavy metal is enjoying an evident worldwide renaissance, Pittsburgh's Icarus Witch delivered an emphatic vow of loyalty to "'the faith" with their retro-tastic first album, Capture the Magic; and there's thankfully no sign that they want to come back to the future anywhere on album number two, 's Songs for the Lost.

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