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NOCTURNAL ALLIANCE (feat Peo Pettersson from Leviticus on vocals)

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Double 2CD Set, featuring over 2 hours of melodic metal MHR/AOR from Sweden with bitter-sweet melancholic edge. Featuring Henrik Johansson & Micke Därth (ex-Twilight/Beyond Twilight) and Peo Pettersson (Leviticus, Axia) on vocals.

 

 

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