Recorded and mixed at Alaky Studio, Finland.
Re-mixed at Jowa Studio, Germany.
CD released in 1991 by Turbo Music, limitation unknown(L).
CD re-released in 1992 by Turbo Music in limited copies(L).
CD re-released in 1992 by JL America
/Turbo U.S.A, with a different layout and the first song contains "Intro: Temple, MoD and TOoBB" as one track, also the picture of NHV is missing, which was on the Turbo Music release, limitation unknown(C).
CD re-released in 2005 by Spikefarm Records
and Season of Mist
as a digipak with upgraded cover artwork, limitation unknown(R).
CD re-released in 2012 by Spikefarm Records
and Season of Mist
as a jewel case with upgraded cover artwork, limitation unknown(R).
LP released 1991 by Turbo Music as a standard LP format, limitation unknown(L).
LP re-released 2009 by Emetic Records
, 100 on red vinyl and 400 on black vinyl, limited to 500 copies(R).
PLP released 2009 by Emetic Records as a Picture LP format, limited to 100 copies(N/A).
GFLP re-released 24.10.2009 by Primitive Reaction
with the original cover, heavy grade vinyl and rare photos, limited to 1000 copies(L).
PLP re-released 2009 by Emetic Records as a Picture LP format, limited to 500 copies(N/A).
DHPLP re-released 2011 by Kneel Before the Master's Throne Records
200 copies with a DIY sheet, patch, A1 poster, A6 sticker and a glossy jacket, 800 regular PLP with a glossy jacket, limited to 1000 copies(N/A).
MC released in 1991 by Turbo Music, limitation unknown(N/A).
MC re-released in 1992 by JL America/Turbo U.S.A, with the original cover art cut in half, limitation unknown(N/A).
Turbo Music sent a small sum of money(50€) for studio time in the beginning of '90 to record "The Oath of Black Blood" album; back then you couldn’t record an album for less than a few hundred euros, so Turbo Music decided to release the "Demonomancy" demo along with "Dawn of Satan's Millennium" 7'' as a full length. To this day it is still widely regarded as their first album.
Turbo music secretly re-released the CD to a limited quantity in 1992; around the time when they released albums by Acheron, Goatlord and Mortuary, this can be authenticated by comparing both the Turbo music address and matrix code with those bands first CD releases; there are also differences between the 1st and 2nd pressing, such as tray card and logo colour, plus printing on the disc.
Some of the Turbo Music LP's were released with an A2 size poster.
Spinefarm Records and Marko consider this to be a full length album and not a compilation...
War Hammer Records CD released Spring 2002 with the artwork from the JLA/Turbo release, limitation unknown(C).
Turbo Music CD released Spring 2004 with the original artwork from the first release, but darker and a bluish colour to the skeleton priests, limitation unknown (L).
Lecter Records LP released 2004 with the original artwork, when compared with an original, the cover art is cut off on the rightsize of the jacket, limited to 300 copies(L).