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...From the Pagan Vastlands

...From the Pagan Vastlands
Demo album by Behemoth
Released February 1994
Recorded December, 1993 at Warrior Studio[1]
Genre Black metal
Length 35:12
Label Pagan
Wild Rags
Nazgul's Eyrie
Producer Tomasz Krajewski
Behemoth chronology
The Return of the Northern Moon
(1993)
...From the Pagan Vastlands
(1994)
Sventevith (Storming Near the Baltic)
(1995)

...From the Pagan Vastlands is the third demo by Polish extreme metal band Behemoth. It was recorded at the Warrior Studio in December 1993 and released in February 1994 by Pagan Records.[2]

A song titled From the Pagan Vastlands appeared on their debut album, Sventevith (Storming Near the Baltic). Frontman, Darski was 17 at the time of its recording and release.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • Release history 3
  • References 4

Track listing

All music by Nergal except Deathcrush; lyrics of tracks 1, 4, 5 by Nergal; lyrics of tracks 2, 3, 6 by Baal

No. Title Length
1. "From Hornedlands To Lindesfarne"   5:59
2. "Thy Winter Kingdom"   5:20
3. "Summoning (Of The Ancient Ones)"   4:58
4. "The Dance Of The Pagan Flames"   4:02
5. "Blackvisions Of The Almighty"   4:53
6. "Fields of Haar-Meggido"   6:38
7. "Deathcrush" (Mayhem cover) 3:22

Personnel

Behemoth
  • Adam "Nergal" Darski – bass guitar, guitars, vocals
  • Adam "Baal" Ravenlock – drums, backing vocals
  • Rafał "Frost" Brauer – guitar
Additional musicians
  • Sławomir "S. K./Orcus" Kolasa – bass guitar, cover artwork
  • Czarek Morawski – keyboard
  • Rob Darken – sound effects
Production
  • Tomasz Krajewski – cover artwork, layout, executive producer
  • Artur Lech – layout
  • Krzysztof "Kris" Maszota – engineer
Note
  • Recorded and mixed at Warrior Studio, December 1993

Release history

Region Date Label
Poland, Europe February 1994 Pagan Records, Nazgul's Eyrie Productions
USA 1995 Wild Rags Records

References

  1. ^ Behemoth
  2. ^ "Behemoth.pl –...From the Pagan Vastlands". Retrieved 2009-08-18. 
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