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Immolated

Immolated
Studio album by Dies Irae
Released October 4, 2000 (US),[1]
December 16, 2000 (JPN)[2]
Recorded June, 2000, Selani Studio, Olsztyn, Poland
Genre Death metal
Length 31:57
Label Metal Blade Records (US), Metal Mind Productions (POL), Avalon Marquee (JPN), Фоно (RUS)
Producer Szymon Czech
Dies Irae chronology
Fear of God
(1994)
Immolated
(2000)
The Sin War
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Metal Reviews 78/100[3]

Immolated is the first album by the Polish death metal band Dies Irae released in 2000 by Metal Blade Records. A video was filmed for the track "Lion Of Knowledge".

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Zohak"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz, Krzysztof Raczkowski 3:41
2. "Message Of Aiwaz"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 2:53
3. "Sirius B"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 5:03
4. "Immolated"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 2:16
5. "The Nameless City"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz, Krzysztof Raczkowski 3:39
6. "Bestride Shantak"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 2:40
7. "Turning Point"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 2:18
8. "Hidden Lore"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 4:03
9. "Lion Of Knowledge"   Łukasz Szurmiński Maurycy Stefanowicz 7:55

Credits

References

  1. ^ http://www.metalblade.com/us/releases/dies-irae-immolated/
  2. ^ http://www.marquee.co.jp/avalon/
  3. ^ http://www.metalreviews.com/reviews/detail.php3?id=1295
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