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|2.||Tormentor I||02:52||Show lyrics|
|4.||Elisabeth Bathory||05:14||Show lyrics|
|5.||Damned Grave||03:44||Show lyrics|
|6.||In Gate of Hell||03:27||Show lyrics|
|8.||Tormentor II||03:55||Show lyrics|
|13.||Anno Domini||01:50||Show lyrics|
|Attila "Mayhem" Csihar||Vocals|
|Attila "Animal" Szigeti||Guitars|
|György "Carrion" Farkas||Bass|
|Zsolt "Belzebub" Machát||Drums|
|Alex Kurtagić||Cover art (on "1995" CD, LP version)|
|Frost||Logo (on "1995" CD, LP version)|
|Zsolt Machát||Design (on "1990" MC version)|
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Originally recorded 1988 in a professional studio for a release as their debut album on vinyl. Unfortunately the release was skipped by the label due to various reasons and the album was only available as a demo tape.
Re-releases as an album were planned by Deathlike Silence and Osmose Productions but eventually in 1995 Nocturnal Art Productions released a CD and a Picture LP/LP limited to 666 copies.
Licensed MC version by Polish Mystic Production in the same year.
This album was also reissued in 2008 by a co-release between Attila's own label Saturnus Productions and Terranis Productions with improved sound quality from the original master (the Nocturnal Art Prod. version was mastered from a dubbed tape!) and new cover artwork.
"Anno Domini" was also released on cassette by Rampant Evil Records, licensed by Saturnus Productions, with alternative artwork.
Released on LP by Saturnus Productions in 2013, limited to numbered 500 copies.
"Intro" is a version of the main title for the horror movie Phantasm (1979), directed by Don Coscarelli.