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|1.||Sword of Faith||04:34||Show lyrics|
|2.||White Stone||04:13||Show lyrics|
|3.||Jesus Saves!||08:12||Show lyrics|
|4.||A New Light||04:51||Show lyrics|
|5.||Blessed Curse||11:53||Show lyrics|
|6.||Living Temples||06:28||Show lyrics|
|7.||Anathema Maranatha||06:10||Show lyrics|
|8.||Anti-Flesh Nimbus||07:14||Show lyrics|
|Anti-Flesh Nimbus!||100%||unkreation||April 23rd, 2011|
|Gunther Ends the Debate!||50%||GuntherTheUndying||December 10th, 2009|
|Interesting, in a contrived...||67%||Conceived_in_Chaos||May 2nd, 2009|
|Ugly As The Cover!||89%||ghastlylugosi||March 17th, 2009|
|You were an angry man on...||95%||ShadowSouled||March 2nd, 2009|
|Right on Track||86%||cultofkraken||February 23rd, 2009|
|A hollow, soulless album||12%||prozak||February 23rd, 2009|
Maranatha is an Aramaic phrase occurring only once in the New Testament and also in the Didache which is part of the Apostolic Fathers collection. It is transliterated into Greek letters rather than translated, and is found at the end of Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians (1 Cor 16:22) as a farewell.
"If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema Maranatha."
The word "Maranatha" translates to "O Lord, come!", however if separated into "Maran atha," it becomes a credal declaration of "Our Lord has come."
Comes with a 28-page booklet.
Recorded at Endarker Studio in 2008.
Arioch played all instruments on this album except for the drums which were played by an unknown session drummer.