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Insatanity - The Day God Died

Insatanity discography (main)
< Divine Decomposition
(1996)
Hymns of the Gods Before
(2020)
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Insatanity discography (all)
< Dark Friday Overture
(2008)
Divine Decomposition / Unholiness Rising
(2014)
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The Day God Died

Insatanity

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 24th, 2008
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Grim Nocturnal Records
Format:
CD
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1. I Am God  
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2. Hail Thy Self  
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3. Drive the Nail  
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4. The Plague of Amon 03:43  
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5. Dark Friday Overture  
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6. The Day God Died 05:20  
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7. Demons Within Creation  
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8. Eulogy of the Damned  
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9. Consuming the Light 03:48  
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10. Buried in Dark Embrace  
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11. Trail of Terror 04:38   Show lyrics
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12. Where Chaos Reigns 03:25  
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Band members
David Kinkade Drums
Dave Spencer Guitars
Christopher Lytle Vocals, Bass
Ed Drozdowsky Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Brian Valenti Producer
David Kinkade Drums
Dave Spencer Guitars
Christopher Lytle Vocals, Bass
Ed Drozdowsky Guitars
Brian Valenti Producer
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Six months after releasing 2005's The Black Stone ep & supporting it with a short US tour, Insatanity were set to record this album. A few things got in the way, however. Instead of focusing on TDGD, the band released Sheol, a collection of past works. They embarked upon a North American tour with Manias & Zircon, a journey that lost drummer Mark Mezzenga. They enlisted Mark Green to cover the remaining dates. Reentering the studio, the album took another backseat, this time to packaging the songs already completed for an ep called Dark Friday Overture. This would give Green ample time to learn the songs. He had a lot of time, 'cuz that ep seemed to be released as late as 2008.

Recording was eventually completed, but several discrepancies surround its actual release date - a few sources say 2006, yet some claim March 24, 2008. Others push it back to March 23, 2010. Some sources claim the album laid dormant even after 2012.

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Added on: 2020-10-18 22:20:25 Last modified on: 2022-02-16 11:27:40