In The Pit - April 27, 2014

"Into the Pit"

  • Testament - Into the Pit (live)
  • Portrait - In Time
  • Miss May I - Gone
  • Down - We Knew Him Well
  • Slayer - Raining Blood
  • Anti-Mortem - 100% Pure American Rage
  • Crowbar - Walk with Knowledge Wisely
  • King Diamond - The Possession
  • Prong - The Barriers
  • Mastodon - High Road
  • Gus G. - I am the Fire
  • Underoath - In Division
  • Saxon - Power & the Glory (live)

  • Otep - Ghostflowers

  • Martyr - Demons in the Mist
  • Devil You Know - Seven Years Alone
  • Emmure - E
  • Cradle of Filth - From the Cradle to Enslave
  • Arkona - Na strazhe novyh let
  • Dimmu Borgir - Chess with the Abyss
  • Insomnium - Black Heart Rebellion
  • Arch Enemy - War Eternal
  • Cannibal Corpse - Make them Suffer
  • Broken Hope - Hobo Stew

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