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|The Birth of Burzum||79%||Loloj||September 22nd, 2011|
|Ghastly||100%||mrdanteaguilar||February 27th, 2011|
|Raw and pure genius in...||100%||LordWladimir||December 19th, 2008|
|A lost SNES soundtrack...||77%||firebee1||August 8th, 2007|
|A Flame Unto the End||78%||DisciplineofSteel||April 13th, 2007|
|Darker than you would expect.||75%||Feeble_screams||March 8th, 2007|
|The infancy of Burzum...||75%||Shadow0fDeath||September 22nd, 2004|
|The begining...||90%||Nosferatu||July 1st, 2004|
- Xeroxed covers using a regular tape
Rehearsal session. All tracks are instrumental.
This demo was released in 1991, but the cover shown here (and on the official Burzum site) was released through Helvete (Euronymous' shop) sometime after the debut album was released, meaning sometime between June the 6th 1992 (the day the church on the cover picture was burned down - a photo from the same series was used as the Aske-cover) and January 1993 (when Helvete closed for good).
No one seems to know if the 1991 pressing of the demo had artwork at all, or if it just had a handwritten inlay.
Several sites and bootlegs list a fourth track, a hidden "Outro", which also appears on the highly dubious "Draugen: Rarities" compilation along with other tracks from this demo. This track is a fake, and does not appear on the original demo. It is simply a later album-track (Den Onde Kysten) presented in very poor and muddy sound-quality.