Doom In Nation

Doom In Nation by Domination
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  1. Something grows
  2. Harder than steel
  3. What the steets claim
  4. From the other land
  5. Enemy planted - Raise your sword
  6. All around dead - Colors becomes dark
  7. The red era begins
  8. Doom in nation
  9. On the edge
  10. The mission
  11. In Front of reality - Follow the beat of your heart
  12. At the gates of hell - My last regret
  13. Bring me peace
  14. OroHb
  15. Metal Heart (Accept)
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The people protest in Petrograd on October 1917, and it naturally leads to the downfall of the Russian Empire. The people and social classes were divided in red, with communists and revolutionaries, and white, with proto-fascist, capitalists, nationalists and others such as right-wing or Mensheviks, who opposed to Bolshevik. While red revolution is prepared, the white army enlists allied aid. This great armies were supported by foregin powers such as the United Kingdom and United States, which actively participated in the battlefield. An american assassin was hired to awoke the killing of enemy Bolshevik leaders. In the heat of civilians battle, innocent people dying in every confrontation, and on another end, several missions were accomplished on the shadows. Consequences are shown on battlefields, streets, everywhere, with unnecessary deaths, increasing day by day. Suffering of innocent people, cruel devastation, death of young children, make the hidden soldier rethink the meaning of the war results In the end, Max finds the way to reveal tyrannic mandate and create a new balance in the outcome of the struggle. At last comes the the betrayal and his subsequent death.

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For fans of:Heavy Metal, Power Metal, Metal, Accept, Primal Fear
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