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Phlegethon: The Transcendence of Demon Lords
Dark Celebration is a band name that is not reflective of the music. This is one of the worst albums I have ever had to endure. The production is awful and sounds like someone recorded the album on an 8-track in their garage. The vocals, music and lyrical content are useless. I wasted about 40 minutes of my time listening to this album, don't waste your time by throwing your money away on something that isn't even worth it.
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