Axl Hazarika – Maatribhoomi (A Call For Peace) | Indian Metal Song | Assamese Metal Song - youtu.be/JBPxG7MiBy8
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Lyrics video by Axl Hazarika performing Maatribhoomi (A Call For Peace). (C) 2008 Elektrokore Music
Maatribhoomi (A Call For Peace) is an Indian metal/Assamese metal song released in 2008 after the 2008 Assam bombings. The 2008 Assam bombings occurred on 30 October 2008 in the markets of Guwahati city and surrounding areas of western Assam. Reports indicated explosions of as many as eighteen bombs, causing at least 77 deaths and 470 injuries.
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