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Blasphemy

Incantation

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 12th, 2002
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Candlelight Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 76%)
1. Blasphemy 04:16   Show lyrics
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2. The Fallen 02:27   Show lyrics
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3. A Once Holy Throne 03:09   Show lyrics
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4. Crown of Decayed Salvation 05:43   Show lyrics
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5. Rotting with Your Christ 03:38   Show lyrics
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6. His Weak Hand 05:04   Show lyrics
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7. The Sacrilegious Apocalypse of Righteousness and Agonizing Dementia (The Final Defilement of Your Lord) 02:06   instrumental
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8. Deceiver (Self-Righteous Betrayer) 04:18   Show lyrics
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9. Descend Seraphic Irreverence 02:53   Show lyrics
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10. Uprising Heresy 08:34   Show lyrics
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11. Misanthropic Indulgence 05:41   Show lyrics
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12. Outro, Part 1 23:00   instrumental
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13. Outro, Part 2 03:06   instrumental
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Band members
John McEntee Guitars (lead), Lyrics (tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 9)
Joey "Fingers" Lombard (R.I.P. 2012) Bass, Lyrics (tracks 2, 5, 10, 11)
Kyle Severn Drums
Guest/Session
Mike Saez Vocals, Lyrics (track 8)
Miscellaneous staff
Bill Korecky Producer, Engineering
Tony Kassander Photography
Giupe Marchesi Layout
Paul Ledney Artwork
Peter Roy Photography (live)
John McEntee Guitars (lead), Lyrics (tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 9)
Joey "Fingers" Lombard (R.I.P. 2012) Bass, Lyrics (tracks 2, 5, 10, 11)
Kyle Severn Drums
Mike Saez Vocals, Lyrics (track 8)
Bill Korecky Producer, Engineering
Tony Kassander Photography
Giupe Marchesi Layout
Paul Ledney Artwork
Peter Roy Photography (live)
Read Incantation=Blasphemous... 80% faithlessasshole May 12th, 2011
Read Blasphemy Is Good for the Soul 72% thebloodfeaster July 29th, 2002

Recorded at Mars Studio in Cleveland, OH, USA during June, July, August & October 2001. Mixed in January 2002.
Mastered at West West Side Studio.

The Outros were inspired as a shot at Relapse wanting more experimental bands, for their post Relapse tenure debut they wanted pointless ambient outro tracks to mock Relapse's stance on "experimentation".

"This recording dedicated to the Memory of CHAD SEVERN 1972-2001. I will miss you brother".

The album was released in North America by Necropolis Records and in Europe by Candlelight Records.

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