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Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Artista:
    The Raven Age
  • Título:
    The Death March
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  • Estilo:
    Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Fecha de publicación:
    09 Jun 2017
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  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2289 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2486 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1454 mb
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  • Registro de:
    CD, Single, Promo

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1The Death March4:50


Promo cd single in pvc sleeve. Folded insert artwork shows cover of LP (Darkness Will Rise).


The Death March claims me no more. They're turning ordinary people into lifeless ghostly shadows. And i was powerless to stop them, spreading death amongst us all. Still I can dream of a place far from here. Where we eat and we sleep never living in fear. The the video for The Death March from The Raven Age's The Raven Age for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Saturday 29 February 2020. Sunday 1 March 2020. Monday 2 March 2020. Tuesday 3 March 2020. Wednesday 4 March 2020. Thursday 5 March 2020. The Death March. Track 3 from our Debut EP The Raven Age. Metal Melodic The Raven Age. Release date . The Raven Age is an English melodic metal band formed in London in 2009 by guitarists Dan Wright and George Harris son of Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris. In 2014, the band recorded and released their self-titled EP before supporting Steve Harris British Lion and Tremonti on separate tours. The band then supported Iron Maiden on The Book of Souls World Tour in 2016. On 2 August 2016 the band announced their debut album, Darkness Will Rise, would be released in December 2016, but it was released in. Download and listen online The Death March by The Raven Age. Genre - Alternative Metal. Duration 04:46. Format mp3. On this page you can download song The Raven Age - The Death March in mp3 and listen online. The Raven Age - The Death March. No messages yet. Similar songs. The Raven Age - Age Of The Raven. The Raven Age - Uprising. The Raven Age - Stigmata. The Raven Age - Surrogate. The Raven Age - Scimitar. Age Of Agony - Death March. The Raven Age - Promised Land. The Raven Age - The Merciful One. This song is by The Raven Age and appears on the EP The Raven Age 2014. In the cold of winter's fallThey planned to captivate us allThey would work us till our bonesWere broken and our souls followed. I met a man who saved my lifeTill this day I don't know whyHe would smuggle gifts sent for meThat would buy my life some time. Walking there were thousands of usNothing like you've seen beforeWith the ice beneath us, feet were frozenAnd our clothes were tornBut it would be a cold day. The Raven Age are a melodic metal band from London, UK. The Face that Launched a Thousand Ships is our next single from our second album 'Conspiracy' which is out now via Explore1 Music and is available to stream. The Raven Age. 23 hrs . Happy Birthday Jai . Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Death March - The Raven Age - The Raven Age. Artist: The Raven Age. Album: The Raven Age - EP, 2014. buy: . In the cold at winter's fall, they plan to captivate us all They would work us 'til our bones were broken and our souls followed I met a man who saved my life, 'til this day I don't know why He would smuggle gifts sent for me that would buy my life some time. Walking, there were thousands of us, nothing like you've seen before With the ice beneath us, feet were frozen and our clothes were torn But it would be a cold day in hell before I fall. Lyrics to 'The Death March' by The Raven Age. In the cold at winters fall, they plan captivates us all, They'd work us till our bones where broken and our souls followed . I cannot let them win the fight Another life is awaiting me, I see the finish line Nothing can stop me from living, the death march claims me no more They're turning ordinary people, into lifeless ghostly shadows No one knows why we're there to stop them, the death march takes us all Steer like a dream, all the plans far. from here All the things I've seen, never live in fear Maybe I'll let the hell take me, and save me from this life Or is giving up too easy