Chrome Division - Doomsday Rockn Roll (CD, Album)

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  1. Serial Killer Chrome Division. Album Doomsday Rock ’n Roll. Serial Killer Lyrics. Something's going on inside my head Keeps me awake every night I'm in my bed Everybody looking for a man.
  2. Chrome Division’s second album gets unleashed in July ‘08Unholy Rockers worldwide. Enter Eddie Guz was to leave the DIVISION only to be replaced by another Norwegian legend. Shady Blue, also known as Athera, of thrash metal masters SUSPERIA joined the band in late and added a whole new level of musicianship to the CHROME concept.
  3. So strap on your leathers and hit the pavement with Chrome Division's 'Doomsday Rock 'n Roll'. This album was the surprise of the year for me. I'd heard about it for about a year before it came out and didn't have great expectations for whatever reason. Boy was I wrong/5(11).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Chrome Division - Doomsday Rock'n Roll at Discogs. Complete your Chrome Division collection/5(55).
  5. Doomsday Rock 'n Roll, an Album by Chrome Division. Released 27 July on Nuclear Blast (catalog no. NB ; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal/5(9).
  6. Doomsday Rock 'n Roll is an album by Norwegian / hard rock band Chrome Division.. The album reached #31 on the Norwegian albums chart. Track listing "Doomsday Overture" – "Serial Killer" – "Hate" – Genre: Biker metal, hard rock.
  7. "Listen up, pay attention, it's ass kickin' time!", so shouts CHROME DIVISION lead vocalist Eddie Guz (THE CARBURETORS) during "1st Regiment" from the band's debut album, "Doomsday Rock 'N Roll.
  8. Chrome Division is a side project of Dimmu Borgir’s Shagrath and one that will probably appeal to very few Dimmu Borgir fans. Playing a style of Rock and Metal that is entirely reminiscent (blatantly so) of ysicurizenoc.ducbubbklisnintfanicharpassrencupicon.infoinfo a very fun CD to listen to it shares many of the same shortcomings a typical Motorhead CD would.. Featuring 12 songs Doomsday Rock ‘N Roll bludgeons the listener over.

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