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Mediolanum Capta Est

Mayhem

Type:
Live album
Release date:
December 7th, 1999
Label:
Avantgarde Music
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 77%)
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3. Fall of Seraphs 06:34   Show lyrics
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4. Carnage 04:42   Show lyrics
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5. Necrolust 03:47   Show lyrics
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6. Ancient Skin 05:42   Show lyrics
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7. Freezing Moon 06:50   Show lyrics
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8. Symbols of Bloodswords 04:52   Show lyrics
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9. From the Dark Past 05:12   Show lyrics
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10. Chainsaw Gutsfuck 05:16   Show lyrics
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11. I Am Thy Labyrinth 06:14   Show lyrics
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Band members
Maniac Vocals
Hellhammer Drums
Necrobutcher Bass
Blasphemer Guitars
Guest/Session
Attila Csihar Vocals (on "From the Dark Past")
Miscellaneous staff
Giorgio Uccellini Photography
Peter Schramm Photography
Necrobutcher Mastering
Tom Kvålsvoll Mastering
Sandro Botto Photography
Maniac Vocals
Hellhammer Drums
Necrobutcher Bass
Blasphemer Guitars
Attila Csihar Vocals (on "From the Dark Past")
Giorgio Uccellini Photography
Peter Schramm Photography
Necrobutcher Mastering
Tom Kvålsvoll Mastering
Sandro Botto Photography
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Released as CD (1st pressing comes in an embossed logo jewelcase), LP and picture disc.
Re-released as digipack-CD in 2007 by Peaceville Records.

Attila Csihar does guest vocals on "From the Dark Past."

Recorded live in Milan (Italy) on November 2nd, 1998. The correct form of the Latin phrase is "Mediolanum captum est", meaning "Milan has been captured", since "Mediolanum" is neuter and not feminine.

The original recording included "Funeral Fog" as the last track with Attila Csihar doing guest vocals. 
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