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Conjuration (album)

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Conjuration (album)

Released 14 September 2003[1]
Recorded June–September 2002
Genre Blackened death metal
Length 29:40
Label Regain
Producer Self-produced
Behemoth chronology

Zos Kia Cultus (Here and Beyond) (2002) Conjuration

Conjuration is the fourth EP by Polish blackened death metal band Behemoth. The first three tracks were recorded between June and September, 2002. The live songs were recorded at the Mystic Festival on 13 October 2001. The tracks were then mastered at the High End Studio in June, 2003.

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Conjuration ov Sleep Daemons"  Krzysztof AzarewiczNergal 3:24
2. "Wish" (Nine Inch Nails cover)Trent ReznorTrent Reznor 3:37
3. "Welcome to Hell" (Venom cover)Abaddon, Cronos, MantasAbaddon, Cronos, Mantas 3:15
4. "Christians to the Lions" (live)NergalNergal 3:49
5. "Decade ov Therion" (live)Krzysztof AzarewiczNergal 3:47
6. "Antichristian Phenomenon" (live)NergalNergal 5:03
7. "Chant for Eschaton 2000" (live)Krzysztof AzarewiczNergal 6:45


  • Nergal – guitars, vocals
  • Havok – guitars
  • Novy – bass guitar
  • Inferno – drums and percussion


External links

  • Conjuration's web page at the official website
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