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Funeral Mist - Devilry Album

Funeral Mist - Devilry Album
Funeral Mist
Black Metal
May 2017
NED 009
MP3 album size:
1008 mb
FLAC album size:
2605 mb
Norma Evangelium Diaboli


1 Devilry
2 Havoc Demo II 1996
3The God Supreme
4Realm Of Shades
Backing Vocals [Uncredited] – N. Tengner
5Hellspell 2
6The Devil's Emissary
7Bringer Of Terror
8Funeral Mist
Music By – Typhos, Vintras
9The Old Ones Grin
10Nightside Phantom


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SHADOW 003Funeral Mist Devilry ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, Ltd)Shadow Records SHADOW 003Sweden1998
Shadow 003Funeral Mist Devilry ‎(12", MiniAlbum, Ltd)Shadow Records Shadow 003Sweden1999
FLAME 38Funeral Mist Devilry ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, RE)The Ajna OffensiveFLAME 38US2006
NED 009Funeral Mist Devilry ‎(LP, MiniAlbum, RE)Norma Evangelium DiaboliNED 009France2005
NED 009Funeral Mist Devilry ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, RE, RP)Norma Evangelium DiaboliNED 009France2016


  • DrumsNecromorbus
  • Music By, Lyrics ByD "Arioch" Rostèn
  • Typography [Lettering]TK


Gatefold cover, includes poster.

Tracks A1 to A5 were originally released as the Devilry CD. Recorded in October 1997 and January 1998.
Track B1 was originally released on the Devilry 12". Recorded in November 1998.
Tracks B2 to B5 were originally released as the Havoc Demo II '96 cassette. Recorded in 1996. Remastered for this release.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Stamped)): 156997E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Stamped)): 156997E2/A


  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 156997E
  • Recorded At – Necromorbus Studio


BM from Sweden. 01 - The Devil's Emissary 02 - Bringer of Terror 03 - Nightside Phantom 04 - Funeral Mist 05 - The God Supreme 06 - Hellspell 2 07 - by Funeral Mist, released 29 April 2017 1. The Devil's Emissary 2. Bringer of Terror 3. Nightside Phantom 4. Funeral Mist 5. The God Supreme 6. Hellspell 2 7. Realm of Shades Demo 1996 8. Hellspell Demo 1996 9. Nightside Phantom Demo 1996 10. The Old Ones Grin Demo 1996. pickboy87 Unimaginably evil. Such a great album. Favorite track: The God Supreme. Funeral Mist Devilry. Buy from. Funeral Mist discography misc. Trisagion 2013. Funeral Mist discography all. Havoc Demo II '96 1996. Salvation 2003. Funeral Mist. Type: EP. Songs in album Funeral Mist - Devilry 1998. Funeral Mist - The Devils Emissary. Funeral Mist - Bringer if Terror. Funeral Mist - Nightside Phantom. Funeral Mist - Funeral Mist. Funeral Mist - The God Supreme. Total votes: 3. Other albums by Funeral Mist. Black Metal. Thanks to distribution from the esteemed Southern Lord label, seminal black metal trio Funeral Mist see their catalog landing on domestic shores for the first time with the release of their DEVILRY EP originally released in 1998. Fans of the group's shredding guitars, chaotic blast beats, and Satanic screaming are also treated to the inclusion of their ultra-rare 1996 HAVOC demo. Текст песни: Like risen from the nothingness Clouds of demonic mist - Freezing cold Dismal black and filled with purest hate Eternal Shadow - Eternal grief - Endless Mist is a Swedish black metal band formed in Stockholm in 1993. To date, the band have released three full-length albums, three EPs and a compilation boxset. Since 2003, the band's sole permanent member has been Arioch, also known for his work as the frontman of the black metal band Marduk. Their latest album, Hekatomb, was released through Norma Evangelium Diaboli on June 15, 2018. Devilry, 2005. The Devil's Emissary, 04:06. Bringer of Terror, 03:47. Nightside Phantom, 03:43. Funeral Mist, 05:00. The God Supreme, 04:01. Hellspell 2, 04:39. Album 2005 10 Songs. Death MetalBlack Metal free to Funeral Mist Devilry The Devil's Emissary, Bringer of Terror and more. 10 tracks 42:56. The first EP released by the Swedish black metal band, released by Shadow records in 1998. Recorded at Necromorbus Studio in October 1997 and January 1998. Cover art & band logo by Timo Ketola as Dths Mgzn. Funeral Mist is a black metal band formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 1993. They have released three full-length albums, one EP, and a Compilation CD. From 1996-2003, the band featured prolific read more