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Re-released on CD by Indie Recordings in 2008 with a 32-page booklet and the following bonus tracks (from the "Black Seared Heart" CD edition):
6. Midwinter Forest (3:22)
7. A Witch is Born (5:36)
8. Night of the Serpent's Judgement (4:42)
9. Intro (0:46)
10. Two Demons Eight Spirits (2:30)
11. Black Seared Heart (3:43)
12. Angelwings and Ravenclaws (2:41)
13. The Chariots that Carried Her to the Grave (5:30)
14. Outro I & II (3:13)
Re-released by The Crypt on October, 5th, on vinyl, 150 copies on red and 150 on silver 180 grams wax, housed in a 350 gram gatefold jacket with a high quality, glossy UV varnish.
It has original artwork and layout, exclusive band photos and new liner notes from the band, and new liner notes from Head Not Found founder, Metalion.
Included with this LP is a replica of the original 8 page lyric booklet from the original LP release, as well as a 24" x 36" poster from the original cover artwork photo session.
As a bonus, this set includes the band's "Black Seared Heart" presented as a gatefold LP complete with original artwork, lyrics, new liner notes and 2 exclusive bonus tracks from the original sessions pressed on classic black wax.
Recorded at Soundsuite Studio, 3rd-7th of July 1994.
Produced by Gehenna.
Layout by Gehenna and Ancient Lore Creations.
Matrix Code: DURECO  HNF 003 (1st press)
Matrix Code: CD PLANT AB HNF 003 CDM01 (2nd press)
Matrix Code: TOCANO DK 41660 (3rd press)