Dominate


Dominate
Dominate
Album par Adagio
Sortie 18 avril 2006
Enregistrement 2005
Durée 47:19
Genre metal progressif
Albums de Adagio
A Band In Upperworld (2004)
Archangels In Black (2009)

Dominate est le 3 e album studio du groupe Adagio. Il a été produit par Stéphan Forté et Kevin Codfert, et mixé au House Of Audio Studios en Allemagne par Dennis Ward.

C'est le premier album du groupe qui contient des parties de chant clair et extrême, c'est aussi le premier avec le chanteur Gus Monsanto.

Titres

  1. "Fire Forever" - 4:10
  2. "Dominate" - 6:00
  3. "Terror Jungle" - 5:15
  4. "Children Of The Dead Lake" - 6:05
  5. "R'lyeh The Dead" - 8:25
  6. "Darkitecht" - 6:18
  7. "Kissing The Crow" - 2:27
  8. "Fame" - 4:02
  9. "Undying (Bonus)" - 4:34

Composition du groupe


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