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|1.||Wound upon Wound||03:32|
|2.||Carving a Giant||04:12|
|3.||God Seed (Twilight of the Idols)||04:16|
|4.||Sign of an Open Eye||04:06|
|8.||Prosperity and Beauty||04:54|
|King ov Hell||Cover art|
|Svein "Schwein" Solberg||Engineering (guitars & bass)|
|Geir Luedy||Engineering (drums)|
|Infernus||Mastering, Cover art|
|Herbrand Larsen||Engineering (vocals), Mixing|
|Alexander Langsholt||Cover art, Photography|
|Not bad, but pretty generic...||72%||DarkStep01||March 25th, 2011|
|Good Riddance||60%||Razakel||October 5th, 2009|
|Well Produced, but Still...||90%||Five_Nails||July 31st, 2009|
|Solid Nastiness||85%||Necrodemigod||January 26th, 2009|
|Gorgoroth - Review||90%||Pratl1971||January 4th, 2008|
|Pretty Good||84%||Dugdurb||July 31st, 2007|
|The return of Black metal||92%||Barad_dur||September 7th, 2006|
|One of their Best||95%||Taliesin||August 19th, 2006|
|Gorgoroth returns||80%||MazeofTorment||August 5th, 2006|
|better than you would expect||74%||vorth||June 28th, 2006|
Guitars and bass recorded at Steel Production's Studio in Spydberg, May 2005, engineered by Svein Solberg.
Vocals recorded at Earshot Studio in Bergen, March 2006, engineered by Herbrand Larsen.
Drums recorded at Lydriket Studio in Bergen, January 2005, engineered by Geir Luedy.
Mixed by Gorgoroth and Herbrand Larsen in Bergen.
Mastered by Infernus and Thomas Eberger at Cutting Room in Stockholm, April 2006.
Produced by Gorgoroth.
All music by King.
Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam has been released in a limited edition digipack on Regain Records.
This edition features slightly modified cover art and a bonus DVD which includes the uncensored version of the "Carving a Giant" video not previously seen on MTV or YouTube as well as "The Making of Carving a Giant" documentary.
More information on the release is available via Regain Records' website.
The title is Latin for "For the Greater Glory of Satan". It is a parody of Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam ("For the Greater Glory of God"), the motto of the Society of Jesus, conceived by Infernus after having read an article on the counter-reformation and the Jesuits. This is so far the only Gorgoroth album not to have any titles and lyrics in Norwegian.
The artwork used is from the painting Dante and Virgil in Hell by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.