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Release date: 16 July 2007
Style: Black metal

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01. Obombration
02. The Shrine Of Mad Laughter
03. Bread Of Bitterness
04. The Repellent Scars Of Abandon And Election
05. A Chore For The Lost
06. Obombration

Top 20 albums of 2007: 17

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Album name is Latin for "By divine law, go, you cursed, into the eternal fire!".
This is taken from a 15th century morality play called Everyman. It can also be found in Matt. 25:41.

Released in Europe on July 16th, and in the US by Ajna Offensive (with help from Southern Lord) on the 17th. Released on CD and LP, both of which include a 20-page booklet. The LP also includes a poster.

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For 40 years Metal has wrecked havoc upon this planet and over those 40 years we've seen brilliant bands, terrible bands, and bands so bland they might as well have not played anything at all. With literally tens of thousands of bands in existence the most difficult feat of a modern group is to be completely and utterly original.

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published 28.03.2010 | Comments (2)

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Kenos - 16.12.2011 at 14:11  
  Beyond black, beyond metal.
squidrick420 - 02.04.2013 at 22:16  
Rating: 10 Holy fuck!!!! I just picked this up at the record store as a random buy, and i don't have the words to even begin to describe this brilliant work of art. I will in a few months though....
Unhealer - 04.04.2013 at 17:16  
Rating: 8
Written by squidrick420 on 02.04.2013 at 22:16

Holy fuck!!!! I just picked this up at the record store as a random buy, and i don't have the words to even begin to describe this brilliant work of art. I will in a few months though....


How I wish I could just walk into a record store and find stuff like this you did the right thing.
mz - 22.09.2013 at 13:08  
Rating: 7 Good, but nothing more "flies away"
-DC-002- - 24.01.2014 at 04:22  
Rating: 9 I bought this album a few years ago and only appreciated it. I thought it sounded a little too thinly produced ( scattered or web-like?) Listening to it recently It's become my favorite DSO album. It's really cool how the tempo is up-kept, changed, and bounced between the instruments and it just keeps coiling and shifting throughout. I'd say the seemingly thin production helps everything stand out, what with the velocity of tempos and melodies coming at you.

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