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Waking into Nightmares is the second album by the American thrash metal band Warbringer, released on May 19, 2009 in the . and May 25, 2009 in Europe. It was produced by Gary Holt, guitarist of thrash metal band Exodus. Artwork done by Dan Seagrave. A video for the song Severed Reality was produced.
Waking into Nightmares. Thrash Metal Warbringer (USA). Band Name Warbringer (USA). Album Name Waking into Nightmares. Дата релиза 19 Май 2009. Лейблы Century Media. This album has an average beat per minute of 109 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/136 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Waking Into Nightmares. BPM Profile Waking Into Nightmares. Album starts at 108BPM, ends at 92BPM (-16), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Warbringer. Woe to the Vanquished.
It turns out that getting your album produced by one of your heroes may have brought out the best in this band. On that note, the production is one of many reasons why this is a big step up from War Without End. Whereas WWE's vocals and guitars sometimes drowned out everything else, all of the instruments here have room to breathe.
Warbringer - Waking Into Nightmares 10 songs lyrics: Jackal, Living In a Whirlwind, Severed Reality, Scorched Earth, Abandoned By Time, Prey For Death, Shadow From the Tomb, Senseless Life, Forgotten Dead, Nightmare Anatomy.
War Without End is the debut album released by the American thrash metal band Warbringer on February 5, 2008 via Century Media Records. The album was released in red vinyl, which was limited to 1000 copies and came with an embroidered patch. Epicus Maximus" is an instrumental track and begins after a minute of silence. The song itself is 2:02. This song is also known as "A Dead Current", which was later confirmed to be a fan-created name for the song, being "Epicus Maximus" the original name.