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9 thoughts on “ Its All About Time - Dagoba - What Hell Is About (CD, Album)

  1. Frankly, all this tells us is that Dagoba have progressed virtually nowhere with their sound since The debut was a rather anomalous little snapshot of post-Pantera grooves precariously undergirded by some admittedly arbitrary, yet endearing keyboards and .
  2. Em fevereiro de , após dois anos, Dagoba lança What Hell Is About, produzido pela Tue Madsen. Muito diferente do último álbum, What Hell Is About traz um lado mais sombrio, com um som mais gótico. Simen Hestnæs do Dimmu borgir, .
  3. It's All About Time Lyrics: They told me bullshit like this: / "The best things are still to come " / I heard you without listening / And now, it's time for me to talk: / "Yes sir, I'm gonna die.
  4. It's one of the most brutal albums I own! I listen to it everyday. It's intinged with industrial stitch and wrapped up in a blanket from, you guessed it, Hell. This album will leave you cringing with wonder of how someone can get away with making an album so heavy and catchy. 'What Hell Is About' Has everything you need from a metal album in it!/5(12).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dagoba on Discogs. Label: Enternote - ENT/3/1 • Format: CD Album • Country: France • Genre: Rock • .
  6. Dagoba is a groove metal band. Albums: Dagoba, What Hell Is About, Face the Colossus, Poseidon, Post Mortem Nihil Est.. Members: Shawter, Werther, Nicolas Bastos.
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  8. What Hell Is About roars along thunderingly, leaving no mercy in its wake. Drums pound, guitars pound some more, the voice is commanding. Drums pound, guitars pound some more, the voice is commanding.
  9. This is “What Hell Is About,” the second album from French industrial metallers Dagoba. Like many industrial metal bands nowadays, Dagoba plays an intentionally chugging groove with some sampling and electronic underpinnings to bolster their sound.

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