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Release date: 1992
Style: Black metal


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01. Still Fucking Dead (Here's No Peace)
02. The Sun Turns Black As Night
03. Within The Abyss
04. The Funeral Seemed To Be Endless
05. Departure From The Mortals
06. The Black...
07. Dark Endless
08. Holy Inquisition
09. Departure From The Mortals [live] [2006 reissue bonus]
10. Within The Abyss [live] [2006 reissue bonus]
11. Still Fucking Dead [live] [2006 reissue bonus]
12. The Black Goat [live] [2006 reissue bonus]
13. Evil Dead [Death cover] [live] [2006 reissue bonus]

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Additional info
Released on LP and CD as well as on Picture Disc which is limited to 1000 copies and includes a bonus track, "Within the Abyss (Live Norrköping 21/5/92)"

Re-released by Necropolis Records on CD

Re-released in 2006 by Black Lodge Records in Digipak format without bonus tracks. This version is not approved by the band.

Re-released by Blooddawn/Regain Records later in 2006 with new Digipak-artwork, remastered sound, and 6 bonus tracks, 5 being previously unreleased live tracks. The 1st track is called "The Eye of Funeral", then comes the normal tracklisting, and finally the 5 live tracks

Guest review by

Marduk, Panzer Division Marduk. Sounds familiar? Just as James Bond has his famous phrase, Marduk has its famous album. It is however sad that because of that album a lot of people think that Marduk's music is a chaos of pretty repetitive speed and brutality. Therefore I would like to those people they're wrong and that Marduk can produce a varied album with slower parts and a very strong atmosphere.

published 12.01.2005 | Comments (2)

Staff review by

Back in the old days again! 1992 to be precise, Marduk was still a very young band with an unpolished and a little unsuited style. This album shows the band in their "almost" Death Metal side, focused mainly in the creation of riffs and digestible chords, it was the simplistic side of Marduk but still it was an amazing musical experience.

published 08.06.2007 | Comments (0)

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