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Revelations (Vader album)

Released June 4, 2002
Recorded Red Studio, Gdynia
Genre Death metal
Length 44:27
Label Metal Blade
Producer Piotr Wiwczarek
Vader chronology

The Beast

Revelations is the fifth album by the Polish death metal band Vader. It features guest appearances from two Polish metal musicians: Nergal of Behemoth provides vocals on the track "Whisper", and Ureck of Lux Occulta plays keyboards on "Torch of War" and "Revelation of Black Moses".

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Epitaph"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 3:44
2. "The Nomad"  Paweł FrelikPiotr Wiwczarek 3:50
3. "Wolftribe"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 2:25
4. "Whisper"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 3:26
5. "When Darkness Calls"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 5:16
6. "Torch of War"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 2:45
7. "The Code"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 2:24
8. "Lukewarm Race"  Paweł FrelikPiotr Wiwczarek 2:26
9. "Revelation of Black Moses"  Paweł FrelikPiotr Wiwczarek 6:56
10. "Reign Forever World (Bonus track)"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 4:01
11. "Frozen Paths (Bonus track)"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 2:13
12. "Privilege of the Gods (Bonus track)"  Łukasz SzurmińskiPiotr Wiwczarek 4:54
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Chart (2002) Peak
Polish Albums Chart[2] 22


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