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Faustian Dawn


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Regular tapes with xeroxed covers
2 reviews (avg. 90%)
1. Whispers of Undesired Destinies 02:54   instrumental
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2. Winter Bliss 03:57   Show lyrics
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3. Satanic Psalms 07:19   Show lyrics
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4. Descending Clouds of Immortality 03:14   instrumental
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5. Denial of the Holy Paradise 03:46   Show lyrics
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6. The Enchanted Woods of Forgotten Lore 02:13   instrumental
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7. Hidden Path to the Forest Beyond 02:17   Show lyrics
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8. The Chill Winds of Time 02:05   instrumental
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9. Fullmoon Twilight 02:51   Show lyrics
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10. Departure of the Dismal 01:58   instrumental
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Band members
Mystic Sorceror of Infernal Rites Drums
Dismal Chimes of the Unholy Bell Guitars
Diabolicus, Malevolent Lord of Darkness (R.I.P. 2002) Vocals
Wicked Warlock of Demonic Blasphemy Bass, Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Desolate Wings of the Pagan Dawn Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Thorncross Cover art, Logo art
Thorncross Cover art, Logo art
Read A demo which promises good... 82% GoatDoomOcculta February 18th, 2008
Read Masterpiece of evilness 97% So_It_Is_Done December 1st, 2004

Xeroxed covers, regular tape.

Re-released on LP in 2002 by Sombre Records.
Re-released on Tape by Ravenheart Productions and limited to 500 handnumbered copies.

The lyrics to the song "Denial of the Holy Paradise" were co-written by Aragon Amori (R.I.P.) of Profanatica. This is in fact a Profanatica-song (originally titled "As Tears Of Blood Stain The Altar Of Christ") and also an original Profanatica-recording (from the band's final studio sessions in 1992). The drum- and guitar-tracks were simply adapted by Wicked Warlock for Demoncy in 1993, with newvocals/lyrics and some overall-delay added (and the bass track lowered in volume). The original recording with Paul Ledney's vocals can be listened to on Profanatica's "Collection"-CD.

Recording information:

Recorded at Desola te Studios on Walpurgis Night 1993.

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