Into the Lungs of Hell

God DethronedFebruary 11, 2003
Black/Death Metal© 2003 Metal Blade Records, Inc.
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Into the Lungs of Hell is the fifth album released by Dutch melodic death metal band, God Dethroned. It was released in 2003. This album marks the start of God Dethroned's switch to melodic death metal.
"Into the Lungs of Hell" is also the name of the instrumental first track of Megadeth's 1988 album, So Far, So Good... So What!
"Satan's Curse" is a cover of the Possessed song.

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Disc 1

Songs
1
Into The Lungs Of Hell5:13
2
The Warcult4:15
3
Enemy Of The State3:16
4
Soulsweeper4:40
5
Slaughtering The Faithful3:12
6
Subliminal5:45
7
The Tombstone4:50
8
God Of Terror6:02

Disc 2

Songs
1
God Dethroned (Re-Recorded)6:21
2
Satan's Curse (Possessed Cover)4:18
3
The Execution Protocol4:11
4
The Grand Grimoire5:36
5
Nocturnal2:55
6
Under A Silver Moon6:25
7
The Somberness Of Winter5:45
8
Serpent King3:36
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Additional Information

Total length
1:16:21
Tracks
16
Released
April 12, 2011
Label
© 2003 Metal Blade Records, Inc.
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
Required for streaming and downloading
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Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
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