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Orgia Daemonicum

Thou Art Lord

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 28th, 2005
Catalog ID:
BLRCD087
Version desc.:
Digipak
Label:
Black Lotus Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 81%)
1. Possesed / The Legion 03:14   Show lyrics
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2. Hecate Unveiled 03:08   Show lyrics
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3. An Apparition of Vengeance 03:48   Show lyrics
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4. He, the Great Worm 03:38   Show lyrics
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5. The Gnostic Code 03:56   Show lyrics
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6. The Royal Invocation of Apophis 03:51   Show lyrics
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7. Orgia Deamonicum 03:11   Show lyrics
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8. Necromantic 04:05   Show lyrics
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9. Satanic Aphorisms 03:04   Show lyrics
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10. Power from Hell (Onslaught cover) 04:26   Show lyrics
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Band members
Sakis Tolis Guitars, Vocals
The Magus Bass, Vocals
Guest/Session
L Vocals (additional)
Jon Vocals (additional)
Makis K. Vocals (additional)
Themis Tolis Drums
Miscellaneous staff
G. Roumeliotis Mastering
Sakis Tolis Producer
G. Zacharopoulos Mastering
Timo Wuerz Artwork, Cover art
Theodoros Zefkilis Engineering
Sakis Tolis Guitars, Vocals
The Magus Bass, Vocals
L Vocals (additional)
Jon Vocals (additional)
Makis K. Vocals (additional)
Themis Tolis Drums
G. Roumeliotis Mastering
Sakis Tolis Producer
G. Zacharopoulos Mastering
Timo Wuerz Artwork, Cover art
Theodoros Zefkilis Engineering
Read As it turns out, Satan is a... 70% autothrall August 24th, 2011
Read Gloria Satanas! 92% Nokturnal_Kommando December 12th, 2007

Music and lyrics by Thou Art Lord except "Power From Hell" by Onslaught.

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at Studio SCA in Dec. 2004-Jan. 2005
Digital mastering at Oracle Studio.

Added by: Porman Modified by: Porman
Added on: 2005-03-23 07:53:31 Last modified on: 2014-05-31 19:55:54
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