Demolition - Lääz Rockit* - Know Your Enemy (Cassette, Album)

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    In Lääz Rockit reunited to play some shows with the original lineup from In the band band announced that they would release a new album the next year or early This would end up being the Left For Dead album, it was released in
  • Tygojinn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Know Your Enemy on Discogs. Label: Enigma Records (10) - CDE • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Power Metal.
  • Mera
    "Annihilation Principle" is the 4th full-length studio album by US thrash/heavy metal act Lääz Rockit. The album was released through Enigma Records in February It´s the successor to "Know Your Enemy" from The lineup who recorded "Know Your Enemy ()" is .
  • Mezitaxe
    LÄÄZ ROCKIT LYRICS. album: "No Stranger To Danger" () Dreams Die Hard I've Got Time Town To Town Backbreaker Stand Alone Spared From The Fire Off The Deep End Tonight Alive Wrecking Machine Leatherface. album: "Know Your Enemy" () Demolition Last Breath Euroshima Most Dangerous Game Shot To Hell Say Goodbye M.F. Self Destruct Means To.
  • Kejinn
    Anyway, Lååz Rockit’s 3rd offering, Know Your Enemy, is one badass thrash record. It shows a more mature band, full of energy and new great ideas – this is especially surprising if we consider that it came after No Stranger to Danger - and the best words to describe it are Complete Destruction.
  • Akinosho
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Know Your Enemy on Discogs. Label: Enigma Records (3) - 4XT • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Speed Metal, Heavy Metal4/5(7).
  • Voodoogrel
    Recording information: Recorded at Prairie Sun Recorders Cotati, California Mastered at Capitol Records Mastering Lab. Identifiers: Barcode: 0 7.
  • Bajar
    View all reviews for Lääz Rockit - Know Your Enemy. Victims of the future madness - 75% but Know Your Enemy was a good album that I listened to quite a lot and will occasionally spin again. It's got just the right amount of grittier aggression but still centers on catchy hooks. "Demolition" opens the album with a creepy haunted castle.
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