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Skeletal Season

Usurper

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
January 1999
Catalog ID:
NR032
Label:
Necropolis Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 82%)
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2. Dismal Wings of Terror 04:40   Show lyrics
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3. Skeletal Season 04:57   Show lyrics
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4. Embrace of the Dead 06:03   Show lyrics
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5. Prowling Death (The Demigoddess) 03:25   Show lyrics
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6. Cemetarian 07:07   Show lyrics
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Band members
General Diabolical Slaughter Vocals (lead)
Rick Scythe Guitars
Jon Necromancer Bass
Dave Hellstorm Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Brian Mitchel Engineering
Brian Eaton Engineering
Rick Scythe Producer
Juha Vourma Cover art
Brian Mitchel Engineering
Brian Eaton Engineering
Rick Scythe Producer
Juha Vourma Cover art
Read Rabid as a dog of war 80% autothrall November 13th, 2009
Read Classssick... 84% Snxke July 6th, 2004

Debut recording for Dave "Hellstorm"
Released on Vinyl in 1999 by Merciless Records in a Gatefold format.
in 2001 Plastic Head Music Distribution reissued the album with "Threshold of the Usurper" in an UNAUTHORIZED version-the band urges people to not buy this version
Also, according to the band Necropolis Records never paid the cover artist for his work!

Re-released on cassette in 2013 by Night Birds Records limited to 500 copies.

Recording information:

Recorded, Mixed and mastered at Eaton Records July/August 1998
Engineered by Brian Eaton & Brian Mitchel
Produced by Rick Scythe & General Diabolical Slaughter
Front cover: Juha Vourma

Identifiers:

Barcode: 7 92658 00322 8

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