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Nailed. Dead. Risen.

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/4/2007
  • Label: Facedown
  • UPC: 803847106429
  • Catalog Number: 64
  • Sales rank: 90,768

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Impending Doom Primary Artist
Greg Pewthers Guitar
Andy Hegg Drums
Manny Contreras Guitar
Brook Reeves Vocals
Technical Credits
Dave Quiggle Artwork
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Do you know the name of this song title? Neither do I.

    The lights are low, you can begin to hear some feedback from the guitars, then a small squeaky voice starts... &quot We are impending doom&quot only to be followed with a low gutteral grunt of AND THIS SONG IS KJAFHFJKLHS LKJFH! To follow is the most inaudible vocals ever. Yes it's BRUTAL, yes it's DEATH METAL, but where does that get you with the same tone in your voice for every song? Not one lyric made any sense, and every word sounded just like the other. The music can be good. A bit cookie cutter, but good. But then it's ruined by the vocals. Try before you buy, and then get something real like Extol- Undeceived

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    about the CD

    The CD is a really cool both it's music and text. The whole CD starts with a prayer to God and personally for me Nailed Dead Risen focuses very much on Gods love. The CD is very brutal in death-gore style. ¨In reverence of¨ is a great witness about one band member of ID and his mother that died early but he still holds on believing in God. ¨Nailed Dead Risen¨ another great song is a clear message about what Gods Son did for us. The CD finishes with telling about God who will come again to earth again aaaaand after a long long silence is there also place to some jokes about Christian gospel and more :""" Very cool Christian death-gore

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    Posted April 5, 2009

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