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Maranatha

Funeral Mist

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
February 23rd, 2009
Catalog ID:
NED 014
Label:
Norma Evangelium Diaboli
Format:
CD
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 75%)
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2. White Stone 04:13   Show lyrics
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3. Jesus Saves! 08:12   Show lyrics
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4. A New Light 04:51   Show lyrics
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5. Blessed Curse 11:53   Show lyrics
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6. Living Temples 06:28   Show lyrics
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7. Anathema Maranatha 06:10   Show lyrics
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8. Anti-Flesh Nimbus 07:14   Show lyrics
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Band members
Arioch Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Lyrics
Guest/Session
Lars Broddesson Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Devo Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
Arioch Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Lyrics
Devo Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
Read Wash me in the glare of thy... 90% 6CORPSE6GRINDER6 July 11th, 2018
Read Anathema 90% eonblack December 30th, 2017
Read Anti-Flesh Nimbus! 100% unkreation April 23rd, 2011
Read Gunther Ends the Debate! 50% GuntherTheUndying December 10th, 2009
Read Interesting, in a contrived... 67% Conceived_in_Chaos May 2nd, 2009
Read Ugly As The Cover! 89% ghastlylugosi March 17th, 2009
Read You were an angry man on... 95% ShadowSouled March 2nd, 2009
Read Right on Track 86% cultofkraken February 23rd, 2009
Read A hollow, soulless album 12% prozak February 23rd, 2009

Maranatha is an Aramaic phrase occurring only once in the New Testament and also in the Didache which is part of the Apostolic Fathers collection. It is transliterated into Greek letters rather than translated, and is found at the end of Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians (1 Cor 16:22) as a farewell.

"If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema Maranatha."

The word "Maranatha" translates to "O Lord, come!", however if separated into "Maran atha," it becomes a credal declaration of "Our Lord has come."

Comes with a 28-page booklet.

"Anti-Flesh Nimbus" contains parts of the song titled "Ederlezi".
"Ederlezi" is a popular traditional folk song of the Romani minority in the Balkans.

The identity of the drummer on this album remained undisclosed until it was revealed on the 2LP reissue in 2017. Any previous pressings (both CD and LP) of the album up until that point did not have this information printed anywhere.

Recording information:

Recorded at Endarker Studio in 2008.

Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout: [GZ logo] V12234 NED014
Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J01

Added by: Voidhanger2 Modified by: Gengangare
Added on: 2009-02-03 07:02:18 Last modified on: 2018-07-10 15:50:23