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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

Discs 1 & 2. Si monumentum requires, circumspice (2004) (77:52)
A1. First Prayer (5:44)
A2. Sola fide I & II (13:08)
B1. Second Prayer (4:42)
B2. Blessed Are the Dead Whiche Dye in the Lorde (5:48)
B3. HÚto´masia (7:09)
C1. Third Prayer (3:58)
C2. Si monumentum requires, circumspice (6:33)
C3. Odium nostrum (4:46)
C4. Jubilate Deo (O Be Joyful in the Lord) (6:08)
D1. Carnal Malefactor (11:45)
D2. Drink the Devil's Blood (4:32)
D3. Malign Paradigm (3:40)

Disc 3. KÚn˘se (2005) (36:21)
E1. "Everything, except GOD, has in it some measure of privation, thus all individuals may be graded according to the degree to which they are infected with mere potentiality." (15:46)
F1. "Therefore, GOD honours the sword so highly that He calls it His own ordinance, and will not have men say or imagine that they have invented it or instituted it." (11:25)
F2. "The stillness of Contemplation is allowed in billions of woeful cries, so astonishingly simultaneous and in unison, each and every second, they defuse each other in such a perfect manner, equalling the most inscrutable of all silences." (9:10)

Disc 4. Diabolus absconditus (2005) / Mass Grave Aesthetics (2005) (42:13)
G1. Diabolus absconditus (22:30)
H1. Mass Grave Aesthetics (19:43)

Disc 5. Fas - ite, maledicti, in ignem aeternum (2007) (46:18)
I1. Obombration (4:48)
I2. The Shrine of Mad Laughter (10:38)
I3. Bread of Bitterness (7:49)
J1. The Repellent Scars of Abandon & Election (11:40)
J2. A Chore for the Lost (9:16)
J3. Obombration (2:07)

Disc 6. Paracletus (2010) (42:15)
K1. Epiklesis (1:42)
K2. Wings of Predation (3:41)
K3. Abscission (6:03)
K4. Dearth (3:45)
K5. Phosphene (6:59)
L1. Epiklesis (3:04)
L2. Malconfort (4:55)
L3. Have You Beheld the Fevers? (2:57)
L4. Devouring Famine (5:06)
L5. Apokatastasis pant˘n (4:04)

Disc 7. Chaining the Katechon (2008) / Drought (2012) (43:07)
M1. Chaining the Katechon (22:12)
N1. Salowe Vision (3:41)
N2. Fiery Serpents (4:15)
N3. Scorpions & Drought (3:11)
N4. Sand (1:36)
N5. Abrasive Swirling Murk (3:47)
N6. The Crackled Book of Life (4:25)

Total Time 4:48:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Mikko Aspa (assumed; band information is not offically available) / vocals
- Hasjarl (assumed; band information is not officially available) / guitars
- Khaos (assumed; band information is not officially available) / bass
- Unknown / drums

Releases information

Not to be confused with the band's similarly untitled 2009 box set collecting the band's Shaxul-era discography (2000-2002). This collects the trilogy and related material from the band's Mikko Aspa era on seven picture LPs. Also includes a 60-page psalter collecting all the lyrics from this era, art prints of the album covers, and a poster of the box set artwork.

Discs 1-4 appear to be separately mastered from the CDs without the clipping issues they suffer, while discs 5-7 appear to have the same masters as the CD versions.

Titles are listed as per the back of the box. These do not always match up with the titles listed on previously issued versions of the album.

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5 stars One of the most essential black metal bands of the 2000s and 2010s gets a vinyl box set treatment of its finest works to date. While the fidelity of picture discs is frequently lambasted, much of the material here (namely, the contents of the first four discs) has been separately mastered for vinyl, ... (read more)

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