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Electric Wizard

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Funeralopolis Electric Wizard 08:43
Dopethrone Electric Wizard 10:36
Barbarian Electric Wizard 06:29
Witchcult Today Electric Wizard 07:56
Mind Transferal Electric Wizard 14:56
Vinum Sabbathi Electric Wizard 03:05
Satanic Rites Of Drugula Electric Wizard 06:07
The Chosen Few Electric Wizard 08:20
Return Trip Electric Wizard 10:02
We Hate You Electric Wizard 05:08

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Vinum Sabbathi
Weird Tales/Electric Frost/Golgotha/Altar Of Melektaus

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Cover of playlist Love You to Death Love You to Death 50 tracks - 15 580 fans
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A worthy successor to Black Sabbath, Electric Wizard is a leader in the doom metal or extreme heavy metal movement. Formed in 1993 in England's leafy Dorset region, Electric Wizard celebrated the heavier, darker side of heavy metal with Electric Wizard in 1995. Electric Wizard's progress was halted by various personal troubles for the band members, before they came back stronger with Dopethrone in 2000. 2003 sees Electric Wizard's line-up turned upside down, before recording the seventies-oriented Witchcult Today. Black Masses in 2010 adds a healthy dose of sulphur to Electric Wizard's already epic reputation.