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|2.||Serenade of Sorrow||04:49||Show lyrics|
|4.||Storm of Damnation||04:43||Show lyrics|
|5.||Unfold Thine Hands||01:15||Show lyrics|
|6.||The Morningstar||07:57||Show lyrics|
|7.||The Gothic Embrace||07:50||Show lyrics|
|8.||Cauda Draconis||06:49||Show lyrics|
|9.||The Armies of Lucifer||01:22||instrumental|
|10.||Storming Heaven||05:51||Show lyrics|
|11.||Epilogue: A New Paradise||03:20||Show lyrics|
|Anders Jacobsson||Vocals (lead), Voices, Lyrics|
|Andreas Hindenäs||Guitars (lead & acoustic)|
|Magnus Bergström||Guitars (rhythm & acoustic)|
|Jesper Stolpe||Bass, Vocals (backing)|
|Johan Ericson||Drums, Guitars (acoustic), Vocals|
|Andreas Karlsson||Synthesizer, Grand piano|
|Jonathan Ewald||Recording, Mixing|
|Anders Jacobsson||Editing, Layout|
|Andreas Karlsson||Editing, Layout|
Cauda Draconis consists of two parts:
Part I: Black Diamond Eyes
Part II: The Star of Kliffoth
Cover art painting by John Martin (19 July 1789 - 17 February 1854).
"The Closed Eye of Paradise" is an album that dealt with the mystical dark theme of Lucifer and his fallen angels, the true face of God, and the forthcoming battle.
Unfortunately, the recording, suffering from a bad production, was again not up to Draconian's high standards and was not released before 2000, after the band had completed various improvements to the original recording.
Recorded and mixed at Studio Kuling during 1999/08/02-06 and 1999/08/12-14.
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