Orcumentary | Destroy the Dwarves

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Destroy the Dwarves

by Orcumentary

(CD includes exclusive bonus track) blackened comedic industrial/folk/power/melodic death metal for fans of high fantasy
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Big Trollbooth in the Sky
4:43 album only
2. Destroy the Dwarves
3:10 album only
3. You Must Procreate!
3:52 album only
4. Into Their Cavernous Hole We Plunge
3:52 album only
5. He Drank Deep from His Mug
3:59 album only
6. The Betrayer's Song
4:08 album only
7. The Orctogenarian
7:04 album only
8. Within the Folds of My Fat
4:38 album only
9. Killing Is Fun
3:01 album only
10. Cropduster
5:48 album only
11. The Leprechaun Hunt (O1g0 Deleted Scene)
2:41 album only


Album Notes
ORCumentary is the evil brainchild of keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Orc Adams. It may be a “solo” act, but ORCumentary is proving that strength doesn’t always come with numbers. Orc Adams’ savage “orc rock” assault makes him feared by the elves, men, dwarves, and goblins everywhere, all of whom the orc hero has vowed to destroy (and he’s doing a pretty damn good job). If you don’t cast your lot with the orcs now, you might as well strangle yourself with your own sword belt.

The newest album "Destroy the Dwarves" tells the story of Orc Adams as he sets out to wipe the short, bearded race from the face of the Four Lands.



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