"Ad Hoc Revolt" is a 7-inch single by the Norwegian unblack metal band Drottnar. It was limited to 100 vinyl copies.
The record contains the songs "Ad Hoc Revolt" and "Victor Comrade", two of the songs featured on Welterwerk. "Ad Hoc Revolt" begins with a sample of and old film projector starting up, and then features the band's technical and progressive extreme metal output. "Victor Comrade" is an instrumental piece, containing mostly trumpet playing by session musician Jan-Espen S. Schildmann and Czech prayer of Ondřej Valeš.
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... Ad Hoc Revolt (1007), 2006 Endtime Productions A 7-inch vinyl record single, published as a limited 100 copies edition teaser before the album's release ... The record contains the songs "Ad Hoc Revolt" and "Victor Comrade", also found in the Welterwerk album ... "Ad Hoc Revolt" begins with a sample of an old film projector starting up, and then features the band's technical and progressive extreme metal output ...
... "Ad Hoc Revolt" – 552 "Victor Comrade" – 415. ...
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