The original press on HHNI came with 4 different colours/prints on the black front cover: 10 black, 30 red, 30 silver, 666 gold. 15 test pressings were also made.
2xPLP released by Outlaw Recordings in September 2003: Double picture disc with 3 sides playable, side 4 is etched (seems to be cut with a knife like an antirecord by Stephen O'Malley, on purpose) and is unplayable, playing this side would break the needle. Both vinyls are wrapped in a black cardboard sleeve sealed with wax showing a pentagram inside. According to the Outlaw website only 219 copies were pressed, all hand-numbered.
Re-released in January 2005 on CD and 2xLP by Southern Lord Recordings
. The CD version includes 1 bonus track:
4. Grimm & Bear It (16:40)
The 2xLP version is limited to 1000 copies black vinyl, 500 copies on grey/blue swirl, 500 copies on opaque blue and grey vinyl (one color for each vinyl). It included the bonus track "Bremerton [Call of the Burning Longships Upon Saline Sounds of Despair]" (16:31). The 3 original tracks also had subtitles:
1. Black Wedding [Lament for a Nordic Vision Buried by Wine & Dust]
2. Defeating: Earths' Gravity [Psilocybic Launch Unto the Psychosphere and Beyond the Graves]
3. Dylan Carlson [A Mere Offering on the Altar of the Puget Lord]
Re-released on October 31st, 2007 as a 2xCD by Daymare Recordings
in Japan. It includes the previous CD bonus track "Grimm & Bear It" and bonus track "Live At Gabah/The Anti-Club 1.999" (25:47) on the second CD. Released in a four-panelled gatefold hard cardboard cover, with each sleeve housing one disc.
Re-released on October 10th, 2008 on picture disc vinyl by Southern Lord Recordings
, limited to 500 copies. Released exclusively for Sunn O)))'s 10th annum tour in the US (4 concerts). Includes the previous vinyl bonus track and 2 other tracks:
4. Bremerton (16:31)
5. Anti (12:44)
6. Gabah (13:17)
The third track "Dylan Carlson" is actually the main guitarist of Earth
. The song was named after him because he influenced Sunn O)))
to make this demo.