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|7.||Witches Sabbath||05:41||Show lyrics|
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|9.||Wrath of the Tyrant||03:58||Show lyrics|
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One of only three Emperor outputs to feature Mortiis on bass (the other being the Emperor MLP and the As the Shadows Rise EP which features re-recordings of some songs off this demo).
First release is a self production by Emperor:
- Cover folded out.
- Recorded onto studio tapes.
- Hand numbered and autographed.
- The original cover is the chimaira pictured below. The picture above is from the Wild Rags version.
Re-released in 2004 by Candlelight Records. Bonus material includes very rare, exclusive footage of pre-Nightside rehearsals plus live outtakes from the band's first tour.
Reissued by Candlelight Records in 2007 as a numbered limited edition boxed set.
2007 reissue includes the "Emperor" EP.
Three different versions of the intro exist:
- Original version (00:45) featuring distorted growling only.
- Emperor/Wrath of the Tyrant (compilation) versions (01:09) featuring ambient keys and percussion.
- Wild Rags reissue version (02:20), possibly also on other versions. Ambient keys and some weather samples.
The "Wrath of the Tyrant" demo is recorded May Anno 1992, into the crypts of Telemark.
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