Fornace My Journey is Ending but my Torment will be Eternal [CD]
Second full-length album of the Italians Fornace, leaving back their death metal influences after their latest line-up changes to focus their music in a more straight forward black metal direction, which makes "My Journey is Ending but my Torment will be Eternal" as their darker, extreme and personal album to date...
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