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Diabolus Absconditus / Mass Grave Aesthetics
May 25, 2011
℗ 2005 NoEvDiA
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June 1, 2011
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The Synarchy Of Molten Bones
The Work Which Transforms God
Blut Aus Nord
The Work Which Transforms God is the fourth studio album by black metal band Blut Aus Nord. It showcases the band incorporating industrial and dark ambient elements into their music.
It was first released on March 17, 2003 through Appease Me Records. It was reissued the following year on Candlelight Records with new artwork, and again in 2005 in a version that included the EP Thematic Emanation of Archetypal Multiplicity as a second disc. It was also reissued on CD and vinyl by Debemur Morti Productions on June 21, 2013 featuring new artwork by Valnoir and Dehn Sora. This reissue also featured a cover of Godflesh's song 'Mighty Trust Krusher', originally only available on the 2003 "Godflesh: Tribute" compilation by Nihilistic Holocaust.
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