Name = Repressed
Apocalypticafeaturing Soulfly& Bullet for my Valentine
from Album = Amplified
May 19, 2006
Label = Universal
Chart position =
Misc = extra chronology
Type = singles
Last single = "
Life Burns!" (feat. Lauri Ylönen)
This single = "Repressed" (feat.
Next single = "
I’m Not Jesus" (feat. Corey Taylor)
"Repressed" is a single released on
May 19, 2006by Apocalyptica.
# Repressed (Single Version) feat.
Max Cavalera& Matt Tuck
# Path Vol.2 feat.
# Betrayal (from "Apocalyptica")
# Repressed (Video)
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