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|1.||The Wind Stands Silent||05:05||Show lyrics|
|2.||Where the Winter Beats Incessant||10:35|
|3.||The Black Clouds Roll Under the Parapet of the Sky||06:13|
|4.||The Clear Moon, and the Glory of the Darkness||07:17||instrumental|
|5.||To the Black Tower of Victory||03:27|
|6.||In the Bliss of the Eternal Valleys of Hate||06:35|
|7.||Portions of Eternity Too Great for the Eye of Man||11:39||Show lyrics|
|American BM Classic||90%||30PiecesOfSilver||April 27th, 2012|
|Distant in Solitary Night||5%||Noctir||October 30th, 2011|
|William Blake In Black Metal?||85%||optimuszgrime||March 26th, 2008|
|In Death and Solitary Night||85%||abortthelife||February 10th, 2008|
|Good Is Heaven, Evil Is Hell.||90%||Perplexed_Sjel||June 14th, 2006|
|More Great Black Metal||93%||TheSomberlain||January 27th, 2006|
|An Underrated Classic||100%||ExMachina||December 17th, 2005|
The full name of this album is: Distant In Solitary Night (Seven Hymns to the Triumph of Evil).
The album was recorded as the third Judas Iscariot album in 1996 and partly released on "Arise, My Lord" 7"EP in the same year. Moribund Records had delayed the CD release due to the fast sequence of the first two albums' publishing.
LP version released in 2000 by Sombre Records in 100 hand-numbered copies on transparent red vinyl. 100 copies on black vinyl were also made.
1. The Wind Stands Silent
2. Where the Winter Beats Incessant
3. The Black Clouds Roll Under the Parapet of the Sky
4. The Clear Moon, and the Glory of the Darkness
5. To the Black Tower of Victory
6. In the Bliss of the Eternal Valleys of Hate
The lyrics to "Portions of Eternity Too Great for the Eye of Man" are taken from excerpts of William Blake's "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell".
Fun fact: on the bottom of the promo sleeve it states "For promotion. Not for sale, only a poseur would."