New Dagoba song

2010-08-19 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 5 Comments
Dagoba have posted a new song called 'Waves of Doom" to their myspace.

The track is from the band's upcoming album Poseidon, which comes out on August 30.

http://www.myspace.com/dagoba

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Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
August 19th 2010
8497 Comments


I am still pumped for this, but both new songs are clearly inferior to Face The Colossus and What Hell Is About :=(

DoubtGin
August 19th 2010
6764 Comments


is Dagoba sth Star Wars related..? kinda reminds me of that movie(s)

TheFantasticDangler
August 19th 2010
1223 Comments


Pretty sure it is a planet (in Star Wars)

edit: its where Yoda exiled, but it is spelled Dagobah

Digging: City of Caterpillar - City of Caterpillar

linchpin313
August 19th 2010
813 Comments


Eerie

LG
August 23rd 2010
3050 Comments


Nah def superior to Face The Colossus and What Hell Is About



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