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|1.||Summon the Darkness||00:21||instrumental|
|2.||Beyond the Grace of God||05:17||Show lyrics|
|3.||Infernal Eternal||04:41||Show lyrics|
|4.||Glorification of the Black God||04:52||Show lyrics|
|5.||Darkness It Shall Be||04:40||Show lyrics|
|6.||The Black Tormentor of Satan||04:15||Show lyrics|
|7.||Dracul Va Domni Din Nou In Transilvania||05:39||Show lyrics|
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All music and lyrics by Marduk, except tracks 5 and 7 lyrics by It.
Japanese edition released in 2002 by the Pony Canyon (Japan) with the whole Glorification EP as a bonus and with a slightly altered cover art.
Remastered at The Endarker Studio by Devo Andersson and then re-released as a Digipak with new cover art and liner notes in 2004 on Blooddawn Productions.
Bonus tracks are as follows:
9. Beyond the Grace of God
11. Black Tormentor/Shadow of Our Infernal King
12. Infernal Eternal/Towards the Land of the Damned
12" Picture Disc version limited to 500 copies.
"Glorification of the black God" starts with a classical opening by Mussorgsky's "A night on bald mountain", but the whole song is also a "black metal revisited version" of parts of that classic piece.
Front cover painting by Alf Svensson.
Warning - Osmose CD presses dating from February 2001 up to around 2005 may contain a copy-protection method which renders the CD completely unreadable in PCs and certain modern Hi-Fi systems. This isn't indicated anywhere on the packaging.
Recorded and mixed at the Abyss Studio, Sweden. Produced by Peter Tägtgren and Marduk.
Barcode: 4 001617 206027