INFINITE TALES: 'Amoxicillin...Extermination' Video Released

"Amoxicillin...Extermination", the new video from the Ukrainian melodic death metal band INFINITE TALES, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's full-length debut, "Only The Beginning", which was released last year in Ukraine only via N.J. Music.

"Only The Beginning" track listing:

01. Intro. Infinite Tales
02. Amoxicillin...Extermination
03. Running Away
04. Point Of No Return
05. No War For This Century
06. Wings
07. DethTale
08. Bridge. Going Down
09. The Night At The Cemetery
10. Waltz In The Flame
11. BloodyField
12. Little More Anger
13. The Warehouse Will Be Your Tomb, Chief
14. Outro. Only The Beginning...


Kiwi - Vocals
Zolik - Vocals
Glorf - Lead Guitar
Perevod - Drums
Imtrid - Bass
Nazar - Rhythm Guitar

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