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Shadowking

Sigh

Type:
Single
Release date:
1996
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Unknown
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2. Black Metal (Venom cover) 02:39   Show lyrics
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3. The Seven Gates of Hell (Venom cover) 04:32   Show lyrics
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Satoshi Fujinami Drums, Drum Programming
Shinichi Ishikawa Guitars
Mirai Kawashima Vocals, Bass, Keyboards, Programming
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Shadowking is believe to have been recorded shortly after recording of Infidel Art as a way to experiment with MIDI technology in preparation for Hail Horror Hail. The song was not placed on Infidel Art because the entire album was done on synthesizer, not MIDI.

The intention at the time was to release an EP entitled
Shadowking where Sigh's two studio covers of Venom's "Black Metal" and "The Seven Gates of Hell" would be featured alongside this version of "Shadowking." Plans were even made to include a booklet which explains topics of Japanese occultism in English, but this plan never materialized and "Shadowking" remains to be found only on the Roots II compilation and The Crypt's 2010 vinyl reissue of Infidel Art.

Added by: asphaalanx Modified by: Kaosobelisk
Added on: 2007-06-18 03:58:25 Last modified on: 2011-05-24 15:14:06
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