Anubis Gate – Anubis GateReleased by: Nightmare Records Release Date: September 13th, 2011 Genre: Progressive Metal Links: http://www.anubisgate.com/ Line Up: Kim Olesen – Guitar/Synth Morten & Jespers – Guitar Henrik Fevre – Bass...
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