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|1.||Burn in Hell!||08:52||Show lyrics|
|2.||In the Rectory||13:10||Show lyrics|
|3.||The Hour of Death||11:48||Show lyrics|
|4.||Sodoma Sunrise||13:29||Show lyrics|
|6.||Cirith Ungol||21:10||Show lyrics|
|Extreme traditional doom||91%||Doominance||January 26th, 2015|
|The reverend irreverance||90%||gasmask_colostomy||November 12th, 2014|
|It's so, ugh, relentless...||60%||Acrobat||July 29th, 2014|
|Doomy Dooms of Doom?||30%||ParabolaX||September 14th, 2011|
|A Near-Flawless Slab of Doom||95%||LordOfTerror||January 18th, 2009|
|A masterpiece of doom||100%||username345||July 16th, 2008|
|Burn in Hell!||100%||Weerwolf||February 12th, 2008|
|Glorious||99%||Wizardjoe||February 3rd, 2008|
|The New Masters of Doom!||100%||Under_The_Oak||July 22nd, 2006|
|Romantic, Epic, Melancholic...||100%||Agathocles||May 14th, 2004|
All songs written and arranged by Reverend Bizarre.
Front cover painting: Witches' Sabbath by Francisco de Goya.
The title of the album references that of King Crimson's debut "In the Court of the Crimson King".
The sample in "The Hour of Death" is from the Australian film Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), directed by Peter Weir.
"Cirith Ungol" is based on JRR Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings", and titled after a high mountain pass that leads to Mordor.
Produced by Reverend Bizarre.
Recorded at Red House mk I and II in Turku from 18th of March to 25th of June, 2001.
Mixed by Danil Venho and the band in July, 2001.
Mastered at Neo Studio, Oulu, in August, 2001.