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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.
Album recorded and mixed at the Abyss Studio. Produced by Peter Tägtgren and Marduk.
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.