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Lux Occulta

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4.41 | 13 ratings | 1 reviews | 42% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Heresiarch (6:26)
2. Kiss My Sword (5:36)
3. Triangle (1:08)
4. The Opening Of The Eleventh Sephriah (9:35)
5. Nude Sophia (5:52)
6. Cube (1:04)
7. Library On Fire (7:11)
8. Mane - Tekel - Fares (9:05)

Total Time 45:57

Bonus tracks on some releases:

9. Heart Of The Devil (Danzig cover) (3:20)
10. Love (5:18)

Line-up / Musicians

- Jaroslaw "Jaro.Slav." Szubrycht / Vocals
- U.Reck / Keyboards
- Kastor / Guitar
- Vogg / Guitar
- Martin / Bass
- Kriss / drums

Guest musicians :
- Dorota Szostak / vocals
- Magdalena Drozdowska / viola
- Maria Kowalkowska / viola

Releases information

Released in August 1999 by Pagan Records
There was a picture LP released in November 1999, limited to 300 copies.
Re-released on tape by Bestial Records

Recorded and mixed at Selani Studio, December 1998- January 1999
Produced by Andrzej Bomba & Lux Occulta.
Mastered by Bartomiej Kujniak.
Visual concept by Fool ( Jaroslaw "Jaro.Slav." Szubrycht ).
Front cover and Tarot cards by Jacek Wijniewski.
Layout and graphic design by Tomasz Krajewski.

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LUX OCCULTA My Guardian Anger ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(42%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
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5 stars A quantum leap forward for the band, My Guardian Anger marks Lux Occulta's transformation from a rather straightforward symphonic black metal band (albeit one which performed somewhat long songs for the genre) to a full-on progressive black metal band. Much of this is due to the addition of Deca ... (read more)

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