Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. 2007's Theogonia (Greek for "Birth of the gods") served as the black metal veteran's ninth full-length studio effort overall and first album for Seasons of Mist after nearly a decade with Century Media. The group remained faithful to their ancient blackened-gothic style here while materializing as a faster, more aggressive entity. The established melodies of the past are indeed alive but this new apparition is cloaked with deeper atmospheric and epic elements as they recall the sordid history of their country land. A massive hit, this rare gem yielded the band their highest accolades from both critics and fans alike.
Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. 2007's Theogonia (Greek for "Birth of the gods") served as the black metal veteran's ninth full-length studio effort overall and first album for Seasons of Mist after nearly a decade with Century Media. The group remained faithful to their ancient blackened-gothic style here while materializing as a faster, more aggressive entity. The established melodies of the past are indeed alive but this new apparition is cloaked with deeper atmospheric and epic elements as they recall the sordid history of their country land. A massive hit, this rare gem yielded the band their highest accolades from both critics and fans alike.
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Theogonia [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) [Limited Edition] (Org)
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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. 2007's Theogonia (Greek for "Birth of the gods") served as the black metal veteran's ninth full-length studio effort overall and first album for Seasons of Mist after nearly a decade with Century Media. The group remained faithful to their ancient blackened-gothic style here while materializing as a faster, more aggressive entity. The established melodies of the past are indeed alive but this new apparition is cloaked with deeper atmospheric and epic elements as they recall the sordid history of their country land. A massive hit, this rare gem yielded the band their highest accolades from both critics and fans alike.

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