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Imperium Tenebrarum

Rossomahaar

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1999
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
More Hate Productions
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 85%)
1. Into the Domain Beyond All Horizons 04:21   Show lyrics
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2. Mists of Eternity 04:19   Show lyrics
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3. The Spectral Prophecy 04:33   Show lyrics
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4. The Forlorn Existence of Soul Divine 06:01   Show lyrics
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5. ...Of Shadowy Exaltation (When Night Blackens with Storm) 05:30   Show lyrics
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6. Imperium Tenebrarum 05:30   Show lyrics
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7. Portals of Chaos (The Final Transmigration) 07:15   Show lyrics
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Band members
Kniaz' Bass
Lazar Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards
Sigizmund Drums
Ixxaander Guitars, Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
John Howe Artwork
Herr Stalhammar Lyrics
Lazar Producer, Mixing
Andrew Shabaev Mastering
Kniaz' Bass
Lazar Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards
Sigizmund Drums
Ixxaander Guitars, Vocals
John Howe Artwork
Herr Stalhammar Lyrics
Lazar Producer, Mixing
Andrew Shabaev Mastering
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Also released on CD by Sound Age Productions and includes a hidden live track (21:03).

Re-released by X-Rated Records with different artwork.

The initial X-Rated Records CD press of this album actually features Under Moonlight Sadness's album "Geneticsis" - most were recalled, but not all.

Re-released on tape in 2000 by C.D.M. Records.

Re-released on tape in 2001 by Fatal Ecstasy Productions, limited to 500 copies.

The album title is Latin for "Dark Empire"

"Portals of chaos" is actually a cover of Metallica's "The Call of Ktulu".

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