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|1.||Road to Chaos||04:44||instrumental|
|2.||Dig Me No Grave||04:21||Show lyrics|
|3.||D.O.A. (Bloodrock cover)||07:02||Show lyrics|
|4.||Into the Courts of Chaos||05:23||Show lyrics|
|5.||From Beyond||05:05||Show lyrics|
|6.||A Touch of Madness||07:03||Show lyrics|
|7.||(Vlad) The Impaler||03:27||Show lyrics|
|8.||The Prophecy||07:01||Show lyrics|
|Mark (the Shark) Shelton||Guitars, Vocals|
|Randy (Thrasher) Foxe||Drums, Keyboards, Vocals|
|Scott (Scooter) Park||Bass|
|Mark "The Shark" Shelton||Mixing|
|Jay Merhoff (R.I.P. 2012)||Engineering (assistant)|
|Max Merhoff||Engineering (assistant)|
|Aaron Brown||Cover art|
|Alexander von Wieding||Layout (High Roller re-release)|
Recorded and mixed at The Miller Cave Studio in Newton, Kansas.
A drum computer was used on this recording.
"From Beyond" was inspired by the story of the same name by H.P. Lovecraft.
"The Book of Skelos" was inspired by the writings about the Hyborean Age by Robert E. Howard.
Original CD bonus track:
9. The Books of Skelos [8:08]
I. The Book of the Ancients
II. The Book of Shadows
III. The Book of Skulls
Reissued in 2002 by Iron Glory Records with an additional bonus track:
10. Far Side of the Sun (Live) [5:56]
This is taken from the Roadkill live album.
Re-released on vinyl by High Roller Records in 2011. Limited to 1000 copies (100 x "grimace" purple vinyl, 300 x white vinyl, 600 x black vinyl) with gatefold cover and poster.
Re-released on CD by Shadow Kingdom Records on June 19, 2012.
There is also a rare cassette version of the album that was issued under the name Mark Shelton instead of Manilla Road.