Death Metal 666 – Invoking the End

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Death Metal 666 - Invoking The End
Studio album by Vitam et Mortem
Released 17 May 2010
Recorded January 2010 - May 2010
Genre Death metal
Black metal
Length ~49:00
Label Cannibals Natives
Producer Julian Trujillo
Vitam et Mortem chronology
Commanding the Obscure Imperius
Death Metal 666 - Invoking The End

Death Metal 666 – Invoking The End is the third studio album by Colombian Death metal band Vitam et Mortem produced by Julian Trujillo from January to May 2010. It was released on the 17th of May. It consists out of 12 tracks. On that album is a cover of Venom song "Black Metal" and a new version of "Assesinos en Esencia" from their first album Life in Death. The band produced a DVD which consists two music videos of "Bienvinido (Al Reino de los Muertos)" and "Invoking The End".


The cover shows Jesus crucifixed on a pentagram. Anubis hurt him with a weapon. On the other side there is a medicine man. There are six skulls too.

Aztec Legend[edit]

Like Commanding the Obscure Imperius this album have a song which handels about the god of war in the aztec legend. On this album it is Huitzilopochtli.


  1. Nademo (Invocacion)
  2. The Face of Vengeance, Is My Face
  3. Padre de la Guerra
  4. Remains
  5. Forced Encriptation
  6. Black Metal (Venom Cover)
  7. Bienvinido (Al Reino de los Muertos)
  8. Invoke the End
  9. The Grave Keeper
  10. Blood for Huitzilopochtli
  11. Into the Abyss (a New Empire)
  12. Asesinos en Esencia (New Version)