Diabolicanos – Act III: Armageddon

TRACKLIST

1. T.H.O.R.N.S.
2. Rex Inferni
3. The Word was made flesh turned into Chaos again
4. I am the Son of God
5. Tales of Babylon’s Whore
6. Diabolicanos
7. Natas Ro Dog On Si Ereht (Of plagues and blasphemy)
8. Har-Magedon
9. Mass for the Dead

DETAILS

Label: Conquer Records (World) / Empire Records (Poland)
Release date: 2008
Format: CD

LINE-UP

Quazarre – vocals / lead and rhythm guitars / additional synthesizers
Armers – lead and rhythm guitars
Turquoissa – synthesizers
Icanraz – drums

Session bass guitar appearance by Starash

 

 

INFORMATION

Guest vocal appearance on “Mass for the Dead” and “Diabolicanos” by Cezar (Christ Agony, Moon)
Guest lead on “Tales of Babylon’s Whore” by Szymon Czech (Nyia, Antigama)
Additional voice in Latin choir on “Natas Ro Dog On Si Ereht (Of plagues and blasphemy)” by Marcin Kiełbaszewski

“Diabolicanos – Act III: Armageddon” was recorded during May / June 2007 at Studio X, Olsztyn
Engineered by Szymon Czech
Mixed in June / July 2007 by Szymon Czech, Quazarre & Turquoissa
Mastered in July 2007 by Andy Classen at Stage One Studio, Borgentreich, Germany
Produced by Quazarre
Co-produced by Devilish Impressions, Szymon Czech and Marcin Kiełbaszewski

Music by Quazarre, except:
“The Word was made flesh turned into Chaos again” by Quazarre & Starash
“Tales of Babylon’s Whore” by Quazarre & Armers
“Natas Ro Dog On Si Ereht (Of plagues and blasphemy)” by Quazarre & Armers
“Mass for the Dead” by Quazarre & Armers
unholy invocations at intro to “The Word was made flesh turned into Chaos again” written and performed by Armers

Arrangements by Devilish Impressions

Lyrics by Quazarre, except for “Mass for the Dead” written by Cezar (Christ Agony, Moon)
All Latin quotations taken from the Bible’s “The Apocalypse / Revelation of the theologian”” and “The Book Of Isaiah”

Band photographs and photo session’s concept by Turquoissa
Additional photos by Turquoissa, Quazarre, Starash & Ophidian
Cover, layout and graphic design by Sodom&Gomorrah
Logo by Lucjan Wasilewski