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Tiamat Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Tiamat Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Temple Of The Crescent Moon
2 Sumerian Cry
3 Dead Boy's Choir
4 Cain
5 Raining Dead Angels
6 Whatever That Hurts
7 A Winter Shadow
8 I Am The King
9 Triple Cross
10 Planets
11 A Pocket Size Sun
12 Misantropolis
13 Visionaire
14 Clouds
15 The Return Of The Son Of Nothing
16 Amanes
17 Sympathy for the Devil (Rolling Stones Cover)
18 Mountain Of Doom
19 The Southernmost Voyage
20 Lucienne
21 Where the Serpents Ever Dwell/Outro: Sumerian Cry, Pt. 2
22 Katarraktis Apo Aima
23 Neo Aeon (Intro)
24 Radiant Star
25 The Sign of the Pentagram
26 Do You Dream Of Me ?
27 Love In Chains
28 The Sun Also Rises
29 Ten Thousand Tentacles
30 The Ar
31 In A Dream
32 Before Another Wilbury Dies
33 Carry Your Cross and I'll Carry Mine
34 Amanitis
35 I Am In Love With Myself
36 Love Terrorists
37 Light in Extension
38 Meliae
39 Gaia
40 Messinian Letter
41 The Garden of Heathen
42 Ancient Entity
43 Via Dolorosa
44 Fireflower
45 Thunder & Lightning
46 The Pentagram
47 Angels Far Beyond
48 Winter Dawn
49 Circles
50 Divided
51 Tiznit
52 Divided (Live)
53 Cold Seed
54 Born to Die
55 Cain (Live)
56 Thirst Snake
57 Clovenhoof
58 The Red of the Morning Sun
59 Paradise
60 The Scarred People
61 In the Shrines of the Kingly Dead
62 Lady Temptress
63 Too Far
64 The Malicious Paradise
65 Equinox Of The Gods
66 Sumer By Night
67 Vote for Love
68 Necrophagous Shadows
69 On Golden Wings
70 Until The Hellhounds Sleep Again
71 Sixshooter
72 Wings Of Heaven
73 Apothesis of Morbidity
74 Will They Come?
75 Prey
76 Evilized
77 Nocturnal Funeral
78 Sleeping (In the Fire)
79 Altar Flame
80 25th Floor
81 Summertime Is Gone
82 Nihil
83 384

Tiamat Bio

Tiamat is a metal band that formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 1987.

Initially, the band played straightforward black metal under the name Treblinka. After having recorded the album Sumerian Cry in 1989, vocalist/guitarist Johan Edlund and bassist Jörgen Thullberg parted ways with the other two founding members, and subsequently changed the name to Tiamat. The Sumerian Cry album included re-recorded Treblinka songs and was released in June 1990.

After the debut, Edlund's leadership would modify the band's style with influences ranging from Black Sabbath, Mercyful Fate, Candlemass, Pink Floyd and King Crimson, with Sumerian lyrical themes.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiamat_(band)