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Released 26 April 2010
Genre Black metal
Length 48:54
Producer Ravn, Thomas Gabriel Fischer, Archaon
1349 chronology

Revelations of the Black Flame
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 4.5/5 stars[1]
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2] 8/10 stars[3]
Blistering 8.5/10 stars[4]
Lords of Metal 8.5/10 stars[5]
Metal Forge 9.5/10 stars[6]
Metal Review 8.5/10 stars[7]
Sputnikmusic 4/5 stars[8]

Demonoir is the fifth full-length album by Norwegian black metal band 1349. The new album shows "a return to the band's more traditional, raw-yet-technical black metal sound."[9] It was released on 26 April 2010 in Europe and the day after in North America.

Track listing

  1. "Tunnels of Set I" – 1:04 (Ravn, Archaon)
  2. "Atomic Chapel" – 6:24 (Destroyer, Archaon)
  3. "Tunnel II" – 1:01 (Ravn, Archaon)
  4. "When I Was Flesh" – 5:45 (Destroyer, Archaon)
  5. "Tunnel III" – 0:39 (Archaon)
  6. "Psalm 7:77" – 5:42 (Destroyer, Archaon)
  7. "Tunnel IV" – 1:02 (Ravn, Archaon)
  8. "Pandemonium War Bells" – 7:48 (Destroyer, Archaon, Frost, Seidemann)
  9. "Tunnel XV" – 1:15 (Ravn, Archaon)
  10. "The Devil of the Desert" – 6:30 (Archaon, Seidemann)
  11. "Tunnel VI" – 1:32 (Ravn, Archaon)
  12. "Demonoir" – 6:19 (Frost, Archaon)
  13. "Tunnel VII" – 3:53 (Ravn, Archaon)

Bonus disc

  1. "Rapture" (Morbid Angel cover)
  2. "Strike of the Beast" (Exodus cover)
  3. "Nerves" (Bauhaus cover)
  4. "The Heretic" (Possessed cover)
  5. "Pandemonium War Bells" (live)
  6. "When I Was Flesh" (live)
  7. "Atomic Chapel" (live)



Additional personnel

  • b9, Ash in Plastic Bag, Gutta På Loftet Productions – additional sampling
  • Tony Caputo – piano
  • Ronni Le Tekrø – lead guitar on "Psalm 7:77", backing vocals
  • Thorbjørn "Tobben" Benjaminsen – horns
  • 1349 – arrangement
  • Archaon – production
  • Thomas Gabriel Fischer – production
  • Kjartan Hesthagen – engineering
  • Kjetil Ottersen – mastering


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