Mz.412 ‎– Burning The Temple Of God

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Deklaration Of Holy War 9:42
The Winter Of Mourning 5:19
Feasting On Khristian Blood 7:41
Taking The Throne (11:23)
Act I: Storming The Gates
Act II: Proklamation Of The New Order
Burning... (Gods House) 6:56
Submit And Obey 6:21
Nebulah Frost 0:40
Vampiir Of The North 4:56
De Ondas Vandring 9:26

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CMI.41 Mz.412 Burning The Temple Of God(CD, Album, Ltd, S/Edition) Cold Meat Industry CMI.41 Sweden 1996 Sell This Version
CMI.41 Mz.412 Burning The Temple Of God(CD, Album) Cold Meat Industry CMI.41 Sweden 1996 Sell This Version
CMI.41 Mz.412 Burning The Temple Of God(LP, Album, Ltd) Cold Meat Industry CMI.41 Sweden 1996 Sell This Version
CSR140CD MZ. 412* Burning The Temple Of God(11xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) Cold Spring CSR140CD UK 2010
CSR140CD MZ. 412* Burning The Temple Of God(CD, Album, RE, RM) Cold Spring CSR140CD UK 2010 Sell This Version
HIM002 Mz.412 Burning The Temple Of God(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) AnnapurnA HIM002 Italy 2017 Sell This Version
HIM002 Mz.412 Burning The Temple Of God(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Whi) AnnapurnA HIM002 Italy 2017 Sell This Version

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crowvillerecords

crowvillerecords

May 20, 2015
referencing Burning The Temple Of God, LP, Album, Ltd, CMI.41
I know this record gets a bad rap sometimes but it is probably one of the best industrial releases in history. With exception of track 3 which is still a neat song.
noizetek

noizetek

January 8, 2008
referencing Burning The Temple Of God, CD, Album, CMI.41

This record, which proudly labels itself as "True Swedish Black Industrial", is one hell of a beast. Typical of the CMI label, the record conjures up strange, dark and bleak aural visions with a hypnotic vibe throughout. Harsh noise and dark ambient work hand in hand to produce a truly unsettling piece of work, and with tracks like "Feasting on khristian blood" and "Burning...(gods house)" coupled with the infamous picture of a Norwegian church in flames, you are left in no doubt where the religious standpoint of this record lies. As with any project involving Henrik Nordvargr Björkk, this proves very interesting indeed. The record first came to my attention with the crossover of introducing Black Metal and Noise, which appeals greatly, but I think that the straight noise sections work best, with the one track that is straight up Black Metal being quite messy. Overall though this is a good album for anyone interested in dark and harsh experimental music.