14:48 - !J.O.O.E.! I'm so used to the original now though, that I'm not sure the vinyl version will be enough for some people. Definitely clearer and punchier though, particularly regarding little details.
14:25 - Dima ooo defs gonna check that out. The original was unbearable for me
13:38 - !J.O.O.E.! Having heard most of this version now, it's a contender to knock Unlock The Shrine of its pedestal [link]
13:00 - Timmeh Indeed, I cannot possibly read the word 'Mayhem' without hearing the voice of Necrobutcher.
11:46 - !J.O.O.E.! Funnily enough some of the best tracks from that BTC comp are from the new entities, that have nothing else to their name [link] Probably Ramirez fucking about.
11:37 - Joe Zombie Still waiting for updates on Charlie Fell's new band...
08:34 - ScreamingSteelUS I've returned from tonight's show with a setlist from Mayhem, a pick from Watain's bassist, the new Mayhem and Rotting Christ, a Mayhem shirt, and vomit on my shoes from the guy next to me. Shook Necrobutcher's hand. Good show.
01. In The Flames Of Black Art 02. Legend? 03. Secret Garden 04. Inevitable Eclipse 05. Seven Golden Fires 06. Theatre Of Rapture 07. The Dream 08. Storm 09. Storm [remix version][2002 re-release bonus]
Additional info Re-released in 1997 on CD by Faithless Prod.
Faithless Prod. also released a special edition 2CD box set called "Seven Golden Fires" that includes the "In the Opium of Black Veil" EP.
Re-released in 2002 on CD by Metal Mind Rec. with bonus track:
9. The Storm (Remix) (4:28)
There are three different covers for this album:
1. Croon Rec.
2. Faithless Prod.
3. Metal Mind Rec.