songs

Songs about Nocturnus:

songsNocturnus by Newsted from the Album Heavy Metal Music

songsNocturnus by Haji's Kitchen from the Album Twenty Twelve [Explicit]

songsPavor Nocturnus by Igorrr from the Album Nostril

songsNocturnus by Adrian von Ziegler from the Album Feather and Skull

songsB.C./A.D. (from Nocturnus first demo) by Nocturnus from the Album The Nocturnus Demos

songsCarpe' Nocturnus by Johnny B. Morbid from the Album Johnny B. Morbid

songsCernunnos III - Nocturnus Propheticus by Lucid Druid from the Album Cernunnos

books

Books about Nocturnus:

booksPavor Nocturnus: Dark Fiction Anthology, Volume II (Volume 2) by Geoffrey K. Liu, James Michael Shoberg, Marc Sorondo and Patrick Lacey (Mar 14, 2014)

booksPavor Nocturnus: Dark Fiction Anthology (Volume 1) (Pavor Nocturnus Dark Fiction Anthology) by Geoffrey Liu, Brent Abell, O.D. Hegre and Marc Sorondo (Oct 31, 2013)

booksPavor Nocturnus: Dark Fiction Anthology (Volume 1) by Geoffrey K. Liu, Brent Abell, O.D. Hegre and Marc Sorondo (Oct 24, 2013)

booksPavor Nocturnus by J. P. Renehan (Feb 6, 2011)

booksNocturnus: Four Good Reasons to Stay in at Night by Darren Nicholls (Aug 31, 2006)

booksPavor Nocturnus by Scott M. Stockton (Jul 23, 2013)

booksLarry Abramson / Eventus Nocturnus (2001)

movies

Movies about Nocturnus:

moviesSanctuary: Season 2 2009 NR - Runtime: 9 hrs 45 mins Starring: Amanda Tapping

wiki

Wiki information Nocturnus:

Nocturnus
Death metal Artist, Person or entity appearing in film, Musical Group, Social network user, Musical Artist

Nocturnus was an American progressive death metal band formed in Tampa, Florida in 1987 by drummer/vocalist Mike Browning. They were known for their science-fiction themed lyrics and use of keyboards, both of which were virtually unknown in extreme...

Nocturnus
Death metal Album, Musical Album

Nocturnus is a two-track EP from Florida death metal band, Nocturnus. It was released in 1993 on Moribund Records and follows the full-length studio album, Thresholds. It features a different line-up in that Jeff Estes and Mike Browning were replaced...