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|1.||Black Mass||04:16||Show lyrics|
|6.||Call for the Exorcist||03:32|
|7.||Death by Bewitchment||04:23|
|8.||The Trial||00:48||Show lyrics|
|9.||Execution of the Witches||03:19|
|10.||Consuming Flames of Redemption||00:36||instrumental|
|12.||Riding to Hell||03:41|
|13.||Queen of the Dead||03:23||Show lyrics|
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The version edited in Europe by Roadrunner (RR 9700) has the title misspelt on the labelsticker. It appears as "Nightmare Theater".
Interesting fact: the song "Call for the Exorcist" eventually evolved into "Fire of Ecstasy" that would, fifteen years later, appear on Virgin Steele's album "The House of Atreus - Act II" (the songs are different, but some riffs and lyrics are clearly identical).
Fast forward to 2015, and two more Exorcist songs appear on the latest Virgin Steele album ''Nocturnes Of Hellfire And Damnation:'' 'Queen Of The Dead' and 'Black Sun - Black Mass.' you can definitely tell they're Exorcist songs; same lyrics but slowed down and arranged a little differently... (the Virgin Steele album is released on June 22nd, 2015).
Re-released unofficially in 2004 by Satanic Metal Records as one half of a split CD with Piledriver. Limited to 500 copies.
Recorded and mixed at Sonic Sound, Freeport, New York during January 19th, 20th and part of the 21st, 1986.