Category: Alternative


  • Zulkiran says:
    SACRIPHYX are one of the legions of bands that has taken the death metal approach and created a somewhat unique way of delivering the goods. This band is but a mere duo coming out of the Australian Capital Territory from the city of Canberra formed in
  • Kazirr says:
    Sacriphyx “Sacriphyx” CD Out Now. Sacriphyx “Sacriphyx” CD ANTI-GOTH In anticipation of the release of Sacriphyx’s debut LP, “The Western Front,” NWN! has compiled and presented for the first time on CD, the band’s demo and split release recordings. The first two tracks on this CD are from the band’s “Lone Pine” demo CDR that was later released as a 7” EP.
  • Vosho says:
    Explore releases from Sacriphyx at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Sacriphyx at the Discogs Marketplace.
  • Vudolar says:
    Country of origin: Australia Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Status: Active Formed in: Genre: Death/Thrash/Black Metal Lyrical themes.
  • Muzahn says:
    Jun 06,  · Sacriphyx is a death metal band. Albums: The Western Front. Members: Neil Dyer, Anthony Till. Labels: Nuclear War Now! Productions.
  • Kikree says:
    Sacriphyx discography and songs: Music profile for Sacriphyx, formed Genres: Death Metal. Albums include The Western Front, Sacriphyx, and Lone Pine.
  • Shakagal says:
    Sacriphyx “The Western Front” CD Out Now. Sacriphyx “The Western Front” CD ANTI-GOTH (Description by J. Campbell) It is rare that a band lives up to the promise of its initial recordings by the time it releases a debut LP. A band that releases a well-conceived demo or EP and immediately becomes engulfed in hype is often doomed to fail.
  • Tajin says:
    Greatest Hits, Vols. [] by Billy Joel (CD, Aug, 2 Discs, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab) out of 5 stars (2) Total Ratings 2, $ New. Infinite by The Doors (CD, May, Apo) $ New. Eugene Ormandy in Memoriam Philadelphia Orchestra 3 SACD Tower Records Japan.
  • Gardale says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Lone Pine on Discogs.4/5(2).

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