Baroness - Gold & Grey

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Artist :   Baroness
Album Name :   Gold & Grey
Genre :   Hard Rock
Tracks :   17
Relase Date :   14 June 2019
Country :   USA

Gold & Grey (Baroness) Album Songs


Song Title Artist Time
1. Front Toward Enemy Baroness 3:44
2. I'm Already Gone Baroness 3:50
3. Seasons Baroness 4:26
4. Sevens Baroness 2:05
5. Tourniquet Baroness 5:45
6. Anchor's Lament Baroness 1:39
7. Throw Me an Anchor Baroness 4:00
8. I'd Do Anything Baroness 4:10
9. Blankets of Ash Baroness 1:04
10. Emmet: Radiating Light Baroness 4:12
11. Cold: Blooded Angels Baroness 5:38
12. Crooked Mile Baroness 0:41
13. Broken Halo Baroness 4:24
14. Can Oscura Baroness 2:01
15. Borderlines Baroness 6:16
16. Assault on East Falls Baroness 2:19
17. Pale Sun Baroness 4:14

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  • Long time Cominโ€™

    BrandonY830
    5
    The evolution of this band is just amazing Maturity of sound exploding into a fuzzy overdriven symphony The musicianship of Baroness is second to none Please support these great musicians Thank you Baroness! It was worth the wait!!๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿ‘
  • ๐ŸŠGold and Grey will be awesome!!

    Danky_Kang
    5
    Very very excited !!! Thank you Baroness! ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿป
  • GRASSOLEN420

    GRASSMAN 4:20
    5
    Great BAND!!!

Baroness - Gold & Grey Album Wiki

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