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In Nomine Satanas (Deluxe Edition) [2019 - Remaster]
Storm The Gates
From The Very Depths
From the Very Depths is the fourteenth studio album by English heavy metal band Venom. It was released by Spinefarm on 25 January 2015.
Prime Evil is the sixth studio album by heavy metal band Venom. It was released in 1989, and the first in a series of three albums with former Atomkraft bassist and vocalist Tony Dolan, replacing Conrad "Cronos" Lant, as a band member and composer.
Possessed (Bonus Track Edition)
Possessed is the fourth album by English heavy metal band Venom. It is the band's last studio album to feature guitarist Jeffrey Dunn before his first departure from the band in 1986. At the time of its release, it received mixed reviews, even from critics who had liked Venom's earlier albums; Possessed was thought to be in another league as compared to the band's earlier works, even though much of the material on Possessed was written before the release of its predecessor, At War with Satan. It was the first Venom album recorded outside of Impulse Studios. The song "Possessed" is ranked No. 14 on the Parents Music Resource Center's "Filthy Fifteen", a list of the 15 songs the group found to be most objectionable.
The boy on the cover is the son of the band's drummer, Abaddon. The girl is the niece of producer Keith Nichol.
At War With Satan (Bonus Track Edition)
At War with Satan is the third album by the extreme metal band Venom, released in April 1984. It is a concept album that tells the story of a war between Heaven and Hell which the latter side wins. It was touted as Venom's crossover into mainstream music, but failed to do so. Shortly after it went on sale, the HMV record chain withdrew the album from its shelves because of its anti-Christian content.
Black Metal is the second album by English heavy metal band Venom. It was released in November 1982, during the great flourishing of metal music in the UK that was the new wave of British heavy metal, and is considered a major influence on the thrash metal, death metal and black metal scenes that emerged in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Although lending its name to the latter subgenre of heavy metal, today it is still debated if the album's music is thrash metal or black metal. AllMusic has described it as "extreme metal", while Moynihan & Søderlind in their book affirm that the album "carved in stone some of [black metal's] essential features". Nevertheless, its lyrics and imagery were a major influence on the early Norwegian black metal scene.
The cover art was made by the band's bassist and singer Conrad "Cronos" Lant.
Welcome to Hell
Welcome to Hell is the debut studio album by English heavy metal band Venom. It was released in December 1981, through Neat Records, at the culmination of the new wave of British heavy metal movement. The music of Welcome to Hell is often described as speed metal, but it had a great influence on the then-emerging thrash metal style, and crystallised the elements of what later became known as death metal and black metal.
The sound of the album is very noisy and rough, perhaps in part because the band thought they were recording a demo when they recorded it over a period of only three days. According to author Dayal Patterson, the relatively low-fidelity of Welcome to Hell inspired other Norwegian metal bands, who considered it black metal. Patterson says that Welcome to Hell and Black Metal were both the genesis for the black metal genre, with the earlier album "where it was born."
The album was re-issued in 1998 by Combat Records and was re-released by Sanctuary Records in 2002.
In League With Satan
Live in Europe
Kissing the Beast
Skeletons In the Closet
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik is a live album released by English heavy metal band Venom in 1986. It contains partial recordings of two different concerts with two different setlists. The first disc contains a show recorded at Hammersmith Odeon in London on 8 October 1985 and the second disc recorded at The Ritz in New York City on 4 and 5 April 1986. The title Eine Kleine Nachtmusik is German for "A Little Night Music". The title is taken from Mozart's piece of the same name.
The Seven Gates of Hell: The Singles 1980-1985
Beauty & the Beast
Cast In Stone
Cast in Stone is the ninth album by heavy metal band Venom, and also their first album in 12 years to feature the original lineup. Recorded at Lartington Hall Studios near Barnard Castle, it was released on SPV/Steamhammer in 1997. It is the last Venom album to feature Abaddon on drums.
Live From London
The First Born Shall Die
Venom's Metal Punk
Under a Spell
Lay Down Your Soul!!
Sons of Satan (190 Impulse Studios Demo Recording, Oct 1980) [2019 Remaster]
Bring Out Your Dead
100 Miles To Hell
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