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The Ethereal Mirror
January 1, 1993
℗ 2009 Earache Records Ltd
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The Ethereal Mirror is the second full-length album by British doom metal band Cathedral, released in May 1993 through Earache.
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Enter The Worms
Fountain Of Innocence
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March 25, 2009
℗ 2009 Earache Records Ltd
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