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Sculpture of Stone

Studio album by Dies Irae
Released May 28, 2004 (POL),[1]
October 21, 2004 (JPN)[2]
Recorded December, 2003, Hertz Studio, Białystok, Poland
Genre Death metal
Length 39:19
Label Metal Mind Productions (POL), Avalon Marquee (JPN), CD-Maximum (RUS)
Producer Sławomir Wiesławski, Wojciech Wiesławski, Dies Irae
Dies Irae chronology
The Sin War
Sculpture of Stone
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Exclaim! favorable[3]

Sculpture of Stone is the third album on a major record label by the Polish death metal band Dies Irae released in 2004.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Beyond All Dimensions"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 4:19
2. "The Hunger"   Hiro Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 3:38
3. "Unrevealed by Words"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 3:58
4. "The Art of an Endless Creation"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 3:40
5. "Trapped in the Emptiness"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 4:15
6. "The Plague"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 3:17
7. "The Oceans of Filth"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 4:20
8. "The Beginning of Sin"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 6:19
9. "Sculpture of Stone"   Nowak Stefanowicz, Raczkowski, Nowak, Hiro 5:33



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