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Xasthur > A Gate Through Bloodstained Mirrors
Xasthur - A Gate Through Bloodstained Mirrors

Xasthur discography (demos)
Rehearsal 2002
Xasthur discography (all)
< A Darkened Winter
Xasthur / Acid Enema

A Gate Through Bloodstained Mirrors


Release date:
September 12th, 2001
Catalog ID:
profanecdr 001
Version desc.:
Limited edition, CD-R, Mono
Profane Productions
150 copies
8 reviews (avg. 86%)
1. Intro 01:16   instrumental
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2. Moon Shrouded in Misery, Part 1 06:46  
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3. Suicide in Dark Serenity 10:39   Show lyrics
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4. Dwell Beneath the Woods of Evil 05:14   Show lyrics
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5. Cursed Be the Memory of Light 07:04  
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6. Possession of Desolate Magick 05:40  
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7. Storms of Red Revenge 04:16   Show lyrics
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8. A Spell Within the Winds 04:34   Show lyrics
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9. Summon the End of Time 04:52  
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10. Gate Through Bloodstained Mirrors 08:32   Show lyrics
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11. Kingdom of Burning Crucifixions 04:21  
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12. Moon Shrouded in Misery, Part 2 01:47   instrumental
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13. Black Spell of Destruction/Channeling the Power of Souls into a New God (Burzum cover) 07:34   Show lyrics
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Band members
Malefic All instruments, Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Joshua Bowens Layout
Malefic All instruments, Vocals
Joshua Bowens Layout
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CD-R came in a black paper sleeve and was sealed with black wax.

Artwork is an adaptation (crop) of a painting called Der Dunkle Tag ("The Gloomy/Dark Day"), painted by Pieter Brueghel the Elder in 1565.

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