Behemoth - Satanica

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Satanica was Behemoth’s fourth album. Originally released in 1999, and recorded at Starcraft Stimulation Studios, the album was produced & mixed by Nergal, and contains 8 songs of pummelling, blackened, Death Metal where technical riffs and whirlwind drums back up mainman Nergal’s unearthly vocals to produce what was deemed the band's most intense & brutal release to date.

This edition of ’Satanica’ is presented on 180gm heavyweight vinyl.

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Genre
Black Death Metal
Format
Vinyl
Vinyl size
12" LP

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