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|Greg Anderson||Guitars, Bass|
|Stephen O'Malley||Guitars, Bass|
|Oren Ambarchi||Guitars, Effects|
|Oren Ambarchi||Mixing (Helio)))sophist)|
|Pidah||Live Recording (Helio)))sophist)|
|Banks Violette||Cover art|
|Casa Csihar||Additional Recordings|
|Casey Rice||Mastering (Helio)))sophist)|
"Belülről Pusztít" is a Hungarian phase that translates to "destroying from the inside".
Limited to 2,000 copies on CD, 1,000 of which include the track "Helio)))sophist" (48:17), absent from the other 1,000 editions and the LP. The first LP press is limited to 7,777 copies, the first 2,000 being clear.
Attila Csihar does vocals the entire way through, the bonus second CD is a live track (much in the same way the Black One bonus CD was two live tracks), and Joe Preston "plays" a jackhammer on Belürol Pusztít.
Re-released in November 2009 on 180g vinyl by Southern Lord Recordings. Comes on black, blue, and clear vinyl. First 150 copies included the CD version as a bonus.