Trepaneringsritualen ‎– Perfection & Permanence

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Programme ∀
1 Venerated & Despised 2:34
2 A Black Egg 3:54
3 Castrate Christ 4:37
4 Liken Ingen Jord Vill Svälja
Sounds [Source Sounds Provided By] – Black Mountain Transmitter
2:34
5 Alone/A/Cross/Abyss 3:48
Programme B
6 Thirty-Nine Lashes 2:57
7 The Seventh Man 3:24
8 Konung Krönt I Blod 3:30
9 A Ceaseless Howling 3:29
10 He Who Is My Mirror 5:17

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Released in a 6 panel matte Digipak.

5 previously available on Kalabalik 2013 mixtape.
8 previously released as 'Vanärat är ditt namn' on Epicurean Escapism II compilation.

May the eternal sun shine upon the following individuals, without whom this album would be a very different beast: James Moore, Stefan Hanser, Jonas Fredriksson, Peter Johan Nijland, Jonas Lindgren, and Michael Idehall.

Recorded and mixed at the 63rd Link, January 2013 e.v. - February 2014 e.v.
Mastered at Cage Studios, February 2014 e.v.

Cold Spring Records 2014.

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dalakouras

dalakouras

August 29, 2017

I gradually became disillusioned with Trepaneringsritualen in general and at the given occasion with this album which in my case did not stand the test of time. Impressive at first, boring and pompous and even ridiculous after repeated listenings. After this i have to return to the classics 'Leichenlinie' or 'Necrose Evangelicum' to remember how great death industrial really is.
yendor73

yendor73

February 10, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Post-industrial grime of the highest order. If Slayer made an industrial album, I imagine it would sound like this. 5/5