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Incipit Satan

Incipit Satan
Gorgoroth
Released 7 February 2000 (2000-02-07)
Recorded July, August, and October 1999 at Sunlight Studio in Stockholm
Genre Black metal
Length 36:48
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Gorgoroth, Jocke Petterson
Gorgoroth chronology
Destroyer
(1998)
Incipit Satan
(2000)
Twilight of the Idols
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Incipit Satan is the fifth full-length album by Nuclear Blast, and reissued in 2006 by Back on Black Records.

Incipit Satan was the first album with Gaahl as full-time vocalist and King ov Hell as bassist. The band members dedicated the album to their deceased friend and former bandmate Erik Brødreskift (a.k.a. "Grim").

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
    • Production 2.1
  • References 3

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Incipit Satan"   Gaahl Tormentor 4:33
2. "A World to Win"   Infernus Infernus, Tormentor 3:43
3. "Litani til Satan"   Charles Baudelaire Infernus 4:33
4. "Unchain My Heart!!!"   Infernus Infernus 4:47
5. "An Excerpt of X"   Infernus Infernus 5:50
6. "Ein eim av blod og helvetesild"   Gaahl Infernus, Tormentor 3:09
7. "Will to Power"   Gaahl Daimonion, King ov Hell 4:28
8. "When Love Rages Wild in My Heart"   Infernus Infernus 5:43
Total length:
36:48

Personnel

Production

  • Gorgoroth – production, editing
  • Jocke Petterson – production, recording, engineering, mixing, mastering
  • Infernus – mixing, mastering
  • Herr Brandt – editing, mixing, mastering
  • Mia – editing

References

  1. ^ Incipit Satan at AllMusic
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