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Stab Wounds

Dark Fortress

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 11th, 2004
Catalog ID:
BA 009
Label:
Black Attakk
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 92%)
1. Iconoclasm Omega 06:41   Show lyrics
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2. Self Mutilation 06:45   Show lyrics
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3. Stab Wounds 08:11   Show lyrics
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4. When 1000 Crypts Awake 04:00   Show lyrics
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5. Despise the "Living" 05:36   Show lyrics
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6. A Midnight Poem 08:47   Show lyrics
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7. Rest in Oblivion 08:29   Show lyrics
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8. Vanitas... No Horizons 01:24   instrumental
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9. Like a Somnambulist in Daylight's Fire 07:52   Show lyrics
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10. Sleep! 03:16   Show lyrics
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Band members
Asvargr Guitars
Azathoth Vocals
V. Santura Guitars
Seraph Drums
Draug Bass
Paymon Keyboards
Guest/Session
Herr Morbid Vocals (Track 9)
Jens Rydén Vocals (Track 7)
Adimiron Vocals (Track 7)
Miscellaneous staff
Florian Rhöse Recording
Christoph Stickel Mastering
Victor Bullok Producer, Mixing
Travis Smith Cover Art
Ralf Fischer Layout
Asvargr Guitars
Azathoth Vocals
V. Santura Guitars
Seraph Drums
Draug Bass
Paymon Keyboards
Herr Morbid Vocals (Track 9)
Jens Rydén Vocals (Track 7)
Adimiron Vocals (Track 7)
Florian Rhöse Recording
Christoph Stickel Mastering
Victor Bullok Producer, Mixing
Travis Smith Cover Art
Ralf Fischer Layout
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Music on track 8 by Paymon.

The album was also released as a limited edition digipak with a bonus track.

2LP version released by Black Attakk & Imperium Productions strictly limited to 500 copies with additional bonus tracks.

The sample "Manche Menschen sagen ich bin ein Psycho... und sie haben recht, ich bin ein Psycho! Sehen Sie mich an." at the beginning of the song "Self Mutilation" is from the film The Sixth Sense.

Added by: grzech Modified by: Andre Gaius
Added on: 2004-06-01 09:38:00 Last modified on: 2014-07-12 15:22:06
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