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Dødheimsgard - Monumental Possession mp3

Dødheimsgard - Monumental Possession mp3 Performer: Dødheimsgard
Title: Monumental Possession
Style: Black Metal
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1999
Country: US
Label: Century Black
Catalog number: 7964-2
Size MP3: 1408 mb
Size FLAC: 2510 mb
Rating: 4.6


1Utopia Running Scarlet3:23
2The Ultimate Reflection6:03
4Bluebell Heart4:16
5Monumental Possession5:44
6The Crystal Specter3:50
8Lost In Faces4:56
9Angel Death3:54


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MR010, MR 010Dødheimsgard Monumental Possession ‎(CD, Album)Malicious Records, Malicious RecordsMR010, MR 010Germany1996
MR010Dødheimsgard Monumental Possession ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Yel)Malicious Records MR0102013
085Dodheimsgard Monumental Possession ‎(Cass, Album)Mystic Production085Poland1996
MR010Dødheimsgard Monumental Possession ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Malicious RecordsMR010Germany1996
MR010Dødheimsgard Monumental Possession ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pic)Malicious RecordsMR010Germany1996


  • Cover [Cover Design]Dødheimsgard
  • EngineerBård Norheim, Kai Halvorsen
  • Lyrics ByAldrahn
  • Mastered ByGarm
  • Music ByDødheimsgard
  • PerformerAldrahn, Alver, Apollyon , Vicotnik
  • Performer [Vocals Performed By]Aldrahn (tracks: 3, 5, 7), Vicotnik (tracks: 2, 6, 8)
  • Performer [Vocals Performed By]Apollyon (tracks: 4, 9)
  • ProducerDødheimsgard


Recorded at S.R.J. Studios 15. - 17. December 1995.

Vocals per track have been credited as 'Performed By'. No instruments credited.

© Copyright Control.
℗ Century Media Records 1999.


  • Barcode: 727701796420
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): MFG BY CREST NATIONAL - CA E 9922 2
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LF72
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9F11
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): MFG BY CREST NATIONAL - CA 9922 1
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LF71
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9F01
  • Other (Inner Ring): crest.natl.ca


  • Mastered At – Strype Audio
  • Manufactured By – Crest National – 9922
  • Licensed From – Malicious Records


User reviews
On initial listen I found this abit weird. Wasn't too keen on the possessed vocal style and found the music abit average.
But it's one of these albums that grows on you riff at a time, and then track at a time. One bit stuck in my head and then I feLT as though I had to listen to it again, and only then is when it made more sense.

Monumental possession is quite apt for this CD. It's slightly tongue in cheek with it's toe tapping old school thrash metal sound but it is laced with black metal with the very fast relentless blast beat drumming in some places. His vocals are weird but sort of grow on your and then they make sense with the music. They alternate between so many different underground metal styles but unlike alot of underground metal bands you can make out what he's saying. The lyrics are pretty good and quite atmoshperic.
Ending on a slightly creepy outro this album doesn't use church organ style keyboards and occult soundbites to make it sound satanic. It's gritty icey guitaring, dense sound and shouty snarly singing is enough to give it a darkend edge, but in a weird way it's retro/black metal crossover makes me smile in a nostalgic way is it reminds me of a time when oldschool black metal and thrash was supposed to be taken seriously, and your parents really believed you worshipped satan by listening to it.