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The Devil​´​s Songs Part II: One Soul Less For The Devil

by Cintecele Diavolui

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XUN and now something completely different from the previous part, but much more risky. "The devil must kill" should accompany the process of hellish devils drown fallen souls in the cauldron. Favorite track: The Devil Must Kill.
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panzerdivision I have been listening to this for many years from the original CD (tower4) and I have always really loved the first three tracks on this release (the last three on the CD) and would highly recommend them as they are very sinister in the nature of their execution, in fact I think that they sound more like era1 Mortiis than the first five tracks from the CD which are more a kin to a mad satanic church organ. The last track is from the CMI sampler (the absolute supper) and is completely different. Favorite track: One Soul Less For The Devil.
The Vampire 05:17


The Devil´s Songs part II: One Soul Less for The Devil

Recorded 1996-1997

The songs on this album have, up til this point, only been available on the long sold out extended CD versions of "The Devil´s Songs" that were put out by Dark Dungeon Music and Cold Meat Industry, respectively. The song "The Devil Must Kill" has only ever been available on the Cold Meat Industry compilation CD "Absolute Supper".

These songs were all recorded not too long after the initial 5 songs (Part 1: Dance of The Dead) that originally appeared on the 10" EP "The Devil´s Songs" in 1997. By their very nature, these songs are a lot more experimental, and rely heavily on atmospherics, with the exception of "The Devil Must Kill", which was recorded a bit later, on it´s own, and is a bit of a return to the original "The Devil´s Songs" sounds, albeit the only song with sung vocals Cintecele Diavolui ever did.

This is the first time this music is available on vinyl, and digital format.


released November 1, 2019

All music and lyrics by Mortiis

Recorded at Silver Dragon cirka October 1996. Except “The Devil Must Kill” recorded cirka mid 1997.
All music written by Mortiis / Havard Ellefsen.
(c)) Earache Songs 2019.
(P) Dark Dungeon Music 1996/1997 / (p) Omnipresence Productions 2019.

Mastered by Jules Seifert at Epic Audio Media, London


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