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9 thoughts on “ Mob Rules - Cannibal Nation (CD, Album)

  1. Mob Rules SPV/Steamhammer Number of discs: 4 Disc 1 (CD) – The Best. Temple Fanfare Pilot of Earth Black Rain Cannibal Nation Astral Hand Close My Eyes Dead Man’s Face Among the Gods In the Land of Wind and Rain Hollowed Be Thy Name Last Farewell.
  2. Label: Steamhammer - SPV CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal Mob Rules - Ethnolution A.D. (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  3. Some track highlights on 'Cannibal Nation' include the title track "Cannibal Nation", which is a stunning mid-fast pace energetic track that is greatly reminiscent of Mob Rules ala 'Hollowed Be Thy Name' album, and with an obvious similarity to Maiden; while the catchy and memorable CD opener "Close My Eyes" showcases the talents of the entire.
  4. Mob Rules: Ice & Fire video. Yet, overall, Cannibal Nation can seem heavier. Where, in the past, Mob Rules could inject a some hard rock groove, the sound here is much more heavy metal, and that's not a bad thing. The album is basically fired up from the start with Soldiers of Fortune, Tele Box Fool, and the title cut some the most roaring stuff.
  5. Label: AFM Records - AFM • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal Mob Rules - Cannibal Nation (, CD) | Discogs Explore3/5(2).
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  7. Now 3 years after Radical Peace, whose minute centerpiece song about the assassination of John F. Kennedy became one of Metal's long track classics of recent years, Mob Rules return with Cannibal Nation, their 7th studio release. There is no conceptual plot this time, just 9 great songs which can stand for their own/5(15).
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mob Rules - Cannibal Nation at Discogs. Complete your Mob Rules collection/5(9).
  9. Release Date: November 13, (US) German power metal merchants, Mob Rules, dropped their seventh studio effort this week. The band has long had a gift for mixing progressive and classic elements into its signature, and Cannibal Nation is no different.

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