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|1.||Everything Went Black||03:17||Show lyrics|
|2.||What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse||03:50||Show lyrics|
|3.||Virally Yours||03:02||Show lyrics|
|4.||I Worship Only What You Bleed||01:59||Show lyrics|
|6.||Deathmask Divine||03:37||Show lyrics|
|7.||Of Darkness Spawned||03:22||Show lyrics|
|8.||Climactic Degradation||02:39||Show lyrics|
|9.||To a Breathless Oblivion||04:57||Show lyrics|
|Trevor Strnad||Vocals, Lyrics|
|John Kempainen||Guitars (lead)|
|Brian Eschbach||Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing)|
|Kyle Neeley||Engineering (assistant), Engineering (vocals)|
|Eric Kvortek||Engineering (assistant)|
|Jason Suecof||Mixing, Producer|
|Brian Slagel||Executive producer|
|What a horrible night to...||90%||BillNightspawnDorfer||July 7th, 2013|
|Comes the Nocturne||98%||Jalix the Cruel||February 28th, 2013|
|Butt Muncher's Singalong Songs||81%||BastardHead||March 24th, 2012|
|They're rapidly getting...||90%||DomDomMCMG||March 17th, 2012|
|Pales in comparison to what...||55%||dnelson||December 22nd, 2008|
|The Black Dahlia Murder has...||95%||deatmetaljunkie||October 25th, 2008|
|A Classic Horror Movie...||95%||UpInSmoke||August 8th, 2008|
|Absolutely Relentless||100%||Hail_Ov_Gunfire||February 9th, 2008|
|The Black Dahlia Murder are...||80%||The_Boss||November 18th, 2007|
|Nocturnal Pulls off Brutal||85%||ReighIB||September 19th, 2007|
|MASTERPIECE||100%||Koombomblia||September 17th, 2007|
Nocturnal is the first album to feature bassist Bart Williams, who replaced David Lock, and drummer Shannon Lucas, who replaced previous touring drummer Pierre Langlois.
The end of the song "Nocturnal" features an audio clip from the movie "The Monster Squad".
The song "Deathmask Divine" appears to be inspired by the story of Carl von Cosel.
Music videos were made for "Everything Went Black" and "What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse".
Japanese bonus track:
11. Ripped Up (Left For Dead cover)
Recorded at Trax East in South River, New Jersey from May to June of 2007.
Mixed at Audiohammer in Sanford, Florida in June of 2007.