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Dzö-nga stand beside Nechochwen as a band offering an intriguing Native American theme along with exciting instrumentation and a healthy dose of originality. Fans of Agalloch, Ulver, and other folk/black acts are sure to love this." - Angry Metal Guy "The Sachem's Tale provides a damn fine, occasionally stunning foray into the style that calls to mind some truly wonderful influences." - Last Rites "The emotions brought about... are magnificent. The result is a mesmeric listen which transports you to another time and place where life was full of loss and existence walked the razor edge of survival." - Transcending Obscurity
Dzö-nga stand beside Nechochwen as a band offering an intriguing Native American theme along with exciting instrumentation and a healthy dose of originality. Fans of Agalloch, Ulver, and other folk/black acts are sure to love this." - Angry Metal Guy "The Sachem's Tale provides a damn fine, occasionally stunning foray into the style that calls to mind some truly wonderful influences." - Last Rites "The emotions brought about... are magnificent. The result is a mesmeric listen which transports you to another time and place where life was full of loss and existence walked the razor edge of survival." - Transcending Obscurity
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Format: Vinyl
Label: AVGE
Rel. Date: 03/13/2020
UPC: 641126300614

Thunder In The Mountains
Artist: Dzo-Nga
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $22.99
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Dzö-nga stand beside Nechochwen as a band offering an intriguing Native American theme along with exciting instrumentation and a healthy dose of originality. Fans of Agalloch, Ulver, and other folk/black acts are sure to love this." - Angry Metal Guy "The Sachem's Tale provides a damn fine, occasionally stunning foray into the style that calls to mind some truly wonderful influences." - Last Rites "The emotions brought about... are magnificent. The result is a mesmeric listen which transports you to another time and place where life was full of loss and existence walked the razor edge of survival." - Transcending Obscurity
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