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Sothis (EP)

Sothis
EP by Vader
Released March 1994
Recorded March 1994 at Modern Sound Studio in Gdynia and
March 1994 at W. Świech Studio in Olsztyn for tracks 1, 3, and 6[1]
Genre Death metal
Length 23:43
Label Baron Records (Poland)
Repulse Records (USA/Canada/Europe)
Metal Mind Records[2]
Producer Tomasz Bonarowski
Vader
Mariusz Kmiołek
Vader chronology

The Darkest Age
(1994)
Sothis
(1994)
De Profundis
(1995)

Sothis is an EP released by the band Vader. Tracks 2 and 4 appear on their next release, De Profundis, and track 7 appears on Vader's tribute album Future of the Past.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Hymn to the Ancient Ones"   1:52
2. "Sothis"   3:45
3. "De Profundis"   1:31
4. "Vision and the Voice"   3:26
5. "The Wrath"   4:54
6. "R'Lyeh"   1:53
7. "Black Sabbath" (Black Sabbath cover) 6:19
Total length:
23:43

Credits

Line-up[2]

Credits[1]

  • Tomasz Bonarowski - engineering
  • Krzysztof Lutostański - cover art

References

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