The Mild - Coffin Tree album flac
Title: Coffin Tree
Style: Grindcore, Hardcore
MP3 album: 1197 mb
FLAC album: 1662 mb
Other formats: AIFF DMF APE MMF TTA MP1 VQF
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The Mild – Coffin Tree. Label: Rip Roaring Shit Storm Records – SS45, Hecatombe Records – HEC 133, Tanato Records – TR 09, ¡ZAS! Autoproduzioni – none, Grim Reality Records – GRR 004, Sonatine Produzioni – SP 39, Assurd Records – AR 044. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. The Complaint Daily Press. Comes on black vinyl or red clear vinyl.
31 July at 03:00 ·. Recensione di "Coffin Tree" su Metalitalia. THE MILD – Coffin Tree
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Italian label Toten Schwan Records has released the new album Coffin Tree by The Mild. It's a raw, rollicking good time. Listen and download below.
The Coffin Tree is the story of a young Burmese woman who leaves her country, where civil war is impending, to arrive in New York City in October, 1969, along with her elder brother, Shan. Their father, a revolutionary, had been in hiding in the hills of Burma for three years, but he manages to arrange for the safe departure of his two children. In exile in America, the narrator recounts the story of her childhood in monsoon country, the traumatic early years in New York City, the death of her brother, and the time she spends in a psychiatric ward after attempting suicide