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Bolt Thrower - Realm Of Chaos Digipack CD (Full Dynamic Range remastered audio) - Bolt Thrower's classic Earache debut (originally released in 1989) is now available on digpack pack CD for the first time with FDR (Full Dynamic Range) audio. Featuring 11 blistering tracks of the heaviest death metal - Coventry's finest went on to have huge worldwide success after this critically acclaimed record. From the very earliest days of Earache Records, BBC National Radio's John Peel was a huge supporter of the Earache label and it's extreme grind core bands. Peel first offered BOLT THROWER a session in 1988, and invited them back at the end of 1988 and again in 1990 to the hallowed Maida Vale studios that helped break the band to mainstream success.
Bolt Thrower - Realm Of Chaos Digipack CD (Full Dynamic Range remastered audio) - Bolt Thrower's classic Earache debut (originally released in 1989) is now available on digpack pack CD for the first time with FDR (Full Dynamic Range) audio. Featuring 11 blistering tracks of the heaviest death metal - Coventry's finest went on to have huge worldwide success after this critically acclaimed record. From the very earliest days of Earache Records, BBC National Radio's John Peel was a huge supporter of the Earache label and it's extreme grind core bands. Peel first offered BOLT THROWER a session in 1988, and invited them back at the end of 1988 and again in 1990 to the hallowed Maida Vale studios that helped break the band to mainstream success.
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Realm Of Chaos [Remastered] (Uk)
Artist: Bolt Thrower
Format: CD
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Bolt Thrower - Realm Of Chaos Digipack CD (Full Dynamic Range remastered audio) - Bolt Thrower's classic Earache debut (originally released in 1989) is now available on digpack pack CD for the first time with FDR (Full Dynamic Range) audio. Featuring 11 blistering tracks of the heaviest death metal - Coventry's finest went on to have huge worldwide success after this critically acclaimed record. From the very earliest days of Earache Records, BBC National Radio's John Peel was a huge supporter of the Earache label and it's extreme grind core bands. Peel first offered BOLT THROWER a session in 1988, and invited them back at the end of 1988 and again in 1990 to the hallowed Maida Vale studios that helped break the band to mainstream success.
        
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