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Frost And Fire - Various - One Foot In Fire-A Tribute To: Cirith Ungol (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. 1. Part 1 - Frost and Fire 2. Part 2 - King of the Dead 3. Part 3 - One Foot In hell 4. Part 4 - Paradise Lost 5. Intro 6. Atom Smasher 7. Join The Legion 8. Blood & Iron 9. I'm Alive Black Machine Frost and Fire Cirith Ungol Chaos Descends Fire Master of the Pit King of the Dead Interview / Rock Hard Festival.
  2. Frost and Fire; King of the Dead; One Foot In Hell; Paradise Lost; Servants of Chaos; One Foot In Fire - A Tribute The Cirith Ungol Webpit "Welcome to the brave new world - The CU! Cirith Ungol is back! Created Last updated Vinyl re-relases some other updates [updated 07 Aug ] Created
  3. Frost and Fire by Cirith Ungol, released 01 April 1. Frost and Fire 2. I'm Alive 3. A Little Fire 4. What Does It Take 5. Edge of a Knife 6. Better Off Dead 7. Maybe That's Why 8. Cirith Ungol.
  4. I almost did the artwork for the cover on CIrith Ungols Tribute "One Foot in Fire" However communication and collaboration with Bart Gabriel somehow got mixed up and things didn't work out. Kind of a bummer! He never used them, there was no contracts.-Graham Ganson (the artist), 03 Mar Here is another alternative cover.
  5. Cirith Ungol first appeared on the scene with their self-financed debut album, Frost and Fire, via their own Liquid Flame Records imprint in April It was obscure and arcane, mysterious and eccentric, epic and expansive, but most of all unfailingly, bone-crushingly heavy, dark and doom-filled.
  6. On April 24th, Cirith Ungol will release their new album, Forever Black - their first collection of all-new material in 29 years! Cirith Ungol was formed in Ventura, California in the early s, first appearing on the scene with their self-financed debut album, Frost and Fire, via their own Liquid Flame Records imprint in April
  7. Originally released by Cirith Ungol on Liquid Flames Records in , the album was re-released in by Enigma Records, re-released again along with King of the Dead on one CD by One Way Records in , and finally re-released again in September on Metal Blade Records. A bootleg picture disc version of this LP, limited to hand-numbered copies, also exists.

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