Australian Metal Compilation Available For Free Download

To coincide with a brand new design and site expansion, Australia's has announced the release their first free downloadable "Aussie metal compilation." Featured on " - Aussie Metal Compilation Volume 1" are a selection of Australian Metal bands whose styles range from thrash, black and death to doom, prog and power metal. The complete track listing is as follows:

01. SCOURGE - "Exordium / The Cold Taste Of Steel"
02. IN MALICE'S WAKE - "As Dusk Covers Day"
03. KILL FOR SATAN - "Spawn Of The Maelstrom"
04. KANIA - "Eclipse"
05. INANE EMINENCE - "From Ashes"
07. ALARUM - "Remote Viewing"
08. ELEGEION - "Scars"
09. THE AMENTA - "Erebus"
10. DISSENSION - "Spread Sickness Upon The World"
11. PATHOGEN - "Bleeding Eye"

The download is a 118.9 MB ZIP file including 11 songs (MP3s) and print-ready artwork so you can download, burn, print and enjoy. Check out for all the info and the link to download. You will also find reviews for all 11 releases whose tracks feature on the compilation.


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