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Amor, Muerte, Lajuria (Spanish: "Love, Death, Lust") is Australian doom metal band Winter's Soil's seventh studio album, released on 13th of March 2006. It follows 2005's The Day of the Devourer and is followed by 2007's Of Queens of Lost Salvation. The song "God of Thousand-Handed Murder" is inspired by the deity from Warhammer known as Khaine. The album is the last to feature Adriana Cassidy on rhythm guitar.

StyleEdit

Like its predecessor, Amor, Muerte, Lajuria deviated from the mournful and funeral-esque lyrics that the band usually employ, containing songs inspired by fantasy and spirituality.

Track listingEdit

  1. "Amor (Love)" - 5:02
  2. "Muerte (Death)" - 6:00
  3. "Lajuria (Lust)" - 6:57
  4. "Of Her Touch I Lust" - 8:45
  5. "Hand of Death" - 9:00
  6. "The Blood Cradle" - 9:44
  7. "God of Thousand-Handed Murder" - 10:02
  8. "At The Stairwell Of Eternal Deathliness" - 9:56
  9. "The Dying Screams of My Love" - 10:02
  10. "....To Our Gods We Pray, Let Mercy Be Let Upon Us" - 10:30
  11. "Of Love, Death, and Lust I Yearn" - 11:22

PersonnelEdit

  • Kaleb Jovanovich - vocals, lyrics
  • Nick Hale - lead guitar
  • Benjamin Jacobson - bass
  • Adriana Cassidy - rhythm guitar
  • Hamish Glencroy - drums
  • Lisa Evans - violin
Winter's Soil-Amor, Muerte, Lujuria

Winter's Soils seventh album Amor, Muerte, Lajuria

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