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|1.||Fleurs Du Mal - Initium||01:23||instrumental|
|2.||Bula Ad Extirpenda (Innocentio IV, 1252 - Thy Saint Office Of Inquisition Of Faith)||08:58||Show lyrics|
|3.||In Pulverem Reverteris||01:56||Show lyrics|
|4.||A Nightside Of Eden - Finalis||04:54||instrumental|
|Sacerdos Magus||All instruments|
|Gustavo "Helskir" Vieira||Keyboards (Session), Vocals (choirs)|
|Gustavo Vieira||Keyboards, Vocals (additional)|
|Paulo "Nyx Sludgedweller" Vieira||Vocals (additional)|
|Ricardo Vieira||Vocals (additional)|
|Paulo "Nyx Sludgedweller" Vieira||Producer|
Sacerdos Magus - Vocals, bass, electric and acoustic guitars & drums.
Gustavo "Helskir" Vieira - Keyboards.
Chorus - Sacerdos Magus, Paulo Vieira, Gustavo Vieira & Ricardo Vieira.
The first studio demo tape recorded in the Mosh Pit (Por) in May 2000 by Paulo Vieira with the participation in the keyboards of Gustavo Vieira. Release by the Sacerdos Magus' label Eye of Horus Creations in tape version (50 copies) and later, in 2002, in CDr format together with the demo "Abi In Malam Pestem".
Re-release in 2007 in CDr with DVD case together with "Abi In Malam Pestem" by the Lusitanian label Nekrogoat Heresy Productions.
Re-release in 2009, again with "Abi In Malam Pestem", by the Northern American Ophiucus Records in Pro CD (100 copies).
Re-released in 2009 by the Portuguese War Flagellation Productions (a branch of Nekrogoat Heresy Productions) in tape version with a different cover (300 copies).
Re-released in the double CDr "Ex-Libris" of the Dutch Victory by Fire Records Records in early 2010.
Re-released in late 2010 with a improved cover and booklet of lyrics by Satanica Productions from New Zealand, together with "Abi In Malam Pestem". The Pro-CDr released by Satanica Productions in 2010 is considred a bootleg and gets sold without the permission of the band.
Re-released in March 2011 by the German Runenstein Records together with the "Abi in Malam Pestem" album on Pro-CDr with a 6-paged Booklet (100 copies).
Re-released in early March 2014 by the German Pesttanz Klangschmiede on Pro CD as bonus of the album "Abi In Malam Pestem" (1.000 copies jewel case + 100 copies deluxe digipack edition).
Cover by the Flemish painter Jan Van Eyck (1390 / 1441).
Logo by Christophe Szpajdel (Bel).
"In Pulverem reverteris" is taken of the conclude biblic episode of Adam, Eve and the serpent Satan and means "To Dust You Shall Return".
"Bula Ad Extirpenda (Innocentio IV, 1252 - Thy Saint Office Of Inquisition Of Faith)" is a true story based in the beginning of Inquisition in the 13th century. All the names and facts are true. This theme, in the re-releases, has a name slightly different: "Bula Ad Extirpenda (Innocentio IVth, MCCLII - The Saint Office Of Inquisition Of Faith)".
01 - Flowers Of Evil - Beginning
02 - Leaflet Of Extirpation...
03 - To Dust You Shall Return.