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  1. Bami

    Unfortunately the release was shelved by the label for various reasons and the album became available only as a demo. Re-releases as an album were planned by Deathlike Silence Productions and Osmose Productions, but eventually in Nocturnal Art Productions released it on CD and LP. This version was mastered from a dubbed tape.
  2. Moogudal

    Album. Anno Domini Tormentor. Released Tormentor II Lyrics. 9. Anno Domini Lyrics. About “Anno Domini” “Anno Domini” Q&A. More Tormentor albums Recipe Ferrum.
  3. Dizilkree

    Anno Domini is full of decent but messy Thrash tracks plus the slower tempo Black Metal staple "Elizabeth Bathory" to break up the monotony, but everything past "Transylvania's" swing opener is just awful. It's aimless.
  4. Tojagrel

    Anno Domini by Tormentor (HU) Type: Demo Release date Catalog ID:N/A Label: Independent Format: Cassette Reviews: This Album, Anno Domini, (which can be loosely translated as "year domains" in Latin) was a demo tape that was released by the Hungarian band Tormentor.
  5. Goltigal

    Case in point: Tormentor's Anno Domini, which is chiefly remembered (if it is remembered at all) as the album that launched the career of Mayhem vocalist Attila Csihar. This is a shame, as Anno Domini is a brilliant record, rich in imagination and innovation, and should probably be considered the birth of black metal's second wave.
  6. Arashisida

    Label: Nocturnal Art Productions (2) - Eclipse • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Black Metal Tormentor - Anno Domini (CD) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
  7. Vudozuru

    Anno Domini () by Tormentor. Genres: Black Metal. Songs: Introduction, Tormentor I, Heaven, Elisabeth Bathory, Damned Grave, In Gate of Hell.
  8. Tejin

    Tormentor II 9. Grace Beyond Apocalypse Lyssa Anno Domini and as much an important album for the history of the black metal scene as anything that came from Norway during and after What's so profound about this album is how Atila and company weren't able to do much with this album until after Communism in Hungary /5(6).

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