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NOCTURNUS The Key (1990 UK 9-track LP on regular Black Vinyl, the insane debut by the Florida pioneers of ultra fast Sci-Fi Progressive Death Metal. The Key was a concept album following the story of a Cyborg going back in time to the year 0 B .C., leading to the destruction of Christianity [highlighted by the controversial 'Destroying The Manger'!] & the creation of a modern empire. Includes upfront Keyboards in the mix, which was unheard of in Death Metal at the time. The picture

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NOCTURNUS Thresholds (1992 UK 8-track LP, the second full-length studio album from the Florida progressive death metal band, which continues the experimental sound created on the first album, this time the line-up was expanded to a six-piece with the addition of vocalist Dan Izzo, allowing Mike Browning to concetrate on the drums. The picture sleeve has some minor wear and, aside from a few light paper scuffs, the vinyl is in excellent condition MOSH55)

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