|Studio album by
|Brutal death metal
|Kronos and Jean-Lou
Titan's Awakening is the first album by the brutal death metal band Kronos released in 2001. This first edition of this album was produced by the band itself, and new edition of Titan's Awakening is released at the end of October the same year with a new cover designed by Deather (Angel Corpse, Gurkkhas, Vital Remains...) as well as a new graphical booklet.
All songs written by Kronos
Total length: 39:00
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