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The Golden Bough

Atlantean Kodex

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 2nd, 2010
Catalog ID:
CRUZ47
Label:
Cruz Del Sur Music
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 70%)
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2. Pilgrim 11:27   Show lyrics
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3. The White Goddess 00:56   instrumental
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4. Temple of Katholic Magick 08:20   Show lyrics
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5. Disciples of the Iron Crown 04:11   Show lyrics
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6. Vesperal Hymn 06:15   Show lyrics
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7. The Atlantean Kodex 07:18   Show lyrics
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8. A Prophet in the Forest 15:00   Show lyrics
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9. The Golden Bough 01:50   Show lyrics
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Band members
Kreuzer Bass
Weiss Drums
Trummer Guitars (rhythm)
Michael Koch Guitars
Becker Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Michael Hahn Mastering
Manuel Trummer Layout
Arnold Böcklin Cover art
Kreuzer Bass
Weiss Drums
Trummer Guitars (rhythm)
Michael Koch Guitars
Becker Vocals
Michael Hahn Mastering
Manuel Trummer Layout
Arnold Böcklin Cover art
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Cover artwork: "Die Toteninsel“ (Version III) by Arnold Böcklin (1827-1901). Used with kind permission of Nationalgalerie Berlin, Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz. Layout by Trummer.

Recording information:

Recorded, mixed and produced by Atlantean Kodex at the Boar Cult Studios, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Kingdom of Bavaria, in the days when the Tree of May was Raised in the Vvllages of the Upper Palatinate, Year of our Lord 2010. No triggers and quantization used while recording the drums. No Dolby used in the mix.

Mastered at Rosenquarz Tonstudio, Lübeck, by Michael Hahn when Harvest Time drew near and Fear of the Bilmesschneider was strong among the People of the Upper Palatinate, Year of our Lord 2010.

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Added on: 2010-08-24 15:10:51 Last modified on: 2014-12-17 08:04:48
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