Blacken the Angel

Blacken the Angel
Agathodaimon
Released August 25th, 1998
Genre Symphonic black metal, gothic metal
Length 60:59
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Gerard Magin
Agathodaimon chronology

Blacken the Angel
(1998)
Higher Art of Rebellion
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Blacken the Angel is the debut album by the German symphonic black metal band Agathodaimon. It was released 4 August 1998 through Nuclear Blast records.[2] In 2009 Metal Mind Productions reissued the album as a remastered digipak edition. The reissue is limited to numerated 2000 copies and was digitally remastered using 24-Bit process on golden disc.

Track listing

  1. "Tristetea Vehementa" – 8:11
  2. "Banner of Blasphemy" – 5:48
  3. "Near Dark" – 15:37
  4. "Ill of an Imaginary Guilt" – 4:19
  5. "Die Nacht des Unwesens" – 3:40
  6. "Contemplation Song" – 2:26
  7. "Sfintit Cu Roua Suferintii" – 4:45
  8. "Stingher/Alone" – 4:26
  9. "After Dark" – 4:26
  10. "Ribbons/Requiem" – 7:21

Personnel

  • Sathonys - guitar
  • Hyperion - guitar
  • Akaias - vocals
  • Vlad Dracul - keyboards
  • Matthias R. - drums
  • Marko T. - bass

Additional personnel

  • Ophelia - female vocals
  • Vampallens - keyboards
  • Gerald Axelrod - photography
  • Sander N. - cover art
  • Markus Staiger - executive producer
  • Gerhard Magin - producer
  • Barbara Stiller - photography (band)

References

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