Excruciation ‎– Last Judgement

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Dark Symphonies ‎– DARK 86
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Tracklist

1 At The Edge Of Madness 2:57
2 The Silence 3:16
3 Hateful Pain 5:08
4 Desperate End (Nuclear Nightmare) 2:56
5 Mirror Of Eternity 3:56
Bonus Demos:
The Fourth Apocalyptic Rider (1985)
6 Revelation (Intro) / Damnation 6:08
7 Introduction To Hell 0:44
8 Fall To Hell! 3:43
9 The Fourth Apocalyptic Rider 5:23
10 Ba'al 3:35
11 Fate Blade 5:14
First Assault (2nd Edition - 1986)
12 Eternal Cries 3:46
13 Revelation (Intro) / Damnation 6:11
14 Fall To Hell! 2:57
15 Church Of Chill 5:58
16 The Fourth Apocalyptic Rider 5:28
17 Endless Oppression 2:37
18 The End (Outro) 0:51
19 Blade Of Fate 2:31

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Originally released in 1987 only on vinyl, we are proud to offer this classic release on compact disc format! Also making their CD debut, as a bonus we will also be including the bands' 1985 "The Fourth Apocalyptic Rider" and "First Assault" demos.

This CD is designed after the original 1987 CHAINSAW MURDER Records LP release, taking elements from the original layout with attention to detail, even down to the logo and typeface for a touch of nostalgia. Also included are classic band photos, reviews, interviews, new liner notes and lyrics.

CD limited to 1000 copies worldwide!

LAST JUDGEMENT
Recorded at DNS Studios, Birmensdorf (Switzerland), December 5-7, 1986.
First released by Chainsaw Murder Records, 1987.

THE FOURTH APOCALYPTIC RIDER
Recorded April 6-7, 1985 in Zurich, Switzerland.

FIRST ASSAULT (2ND EDITION)
"Blade of Fate" (recorded during the same session but not released on the demo)
Recorded at The Vault, Zurich, February 26, 1986, Zurich, Switzerland.
First released by Lunatic Warrior Prod. 1986

All tracks mastered for CD by Ted Tringo at The Ancient Way Mastering February 2015

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 39397 20951-CD-0221 17-118-05
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK13
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI L825

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