Deitiphobia* ‎– Digital Priests

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Slava Records ‎– DP001
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Cassette, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Demo
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Tracklist

SIDE 1
1 Red Society
2 The World from an Altar
3 Dance on My Creation
4 Graveyards (are for the dead)
5 ... and there were mystic voices
SIDE 2
6 Have Mercy
7 Attack the City Walls
8 Love Among Thieves
9 What Faith?

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Notes

donderfliegen was DEITIPHOBIA's original name. According to DEITIPHOBIA's 1991 debut Blonde Vinyl Record's release, Fear of God, the band changed their name on their way to the Bushnell, Illinois Cornerstone Festival in 1991, as they felt that the name donderfliegen failed to properly represent the band's image.

Digital Priests is donderfliegen's/DEITIPHOBIA demo, which they independently released on their own label Slava Music. The word Slava appears on the spine of the cassette's j-card, written in the Hebrew language.

According to the liner notes of DEITIPHOBIA's Digital Priests, the Remixes album, only 250 copies of Digital Priests were produced and fewer than that were sold. However, in 2000 Digital Priests in its original unaltered state was reissued in limited quantity on compact disc, by Millennium 8 Records. That version contains an unreleased track.

Digital Priests was produced and engineered by donderfliegen/DEITIPHOBIA.

The band's original name, donderfliegen was generally left in lowercase appearance, whereas the band's second name, DEITIPHOBIA was generally left in complete capitalized appearance.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Slava Records catalog number): DP001

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