The studio sessions took place during December 2008 in a woodland studio in Bøverbru (a village in the Toten region of Norway). 1349 mixed the album in January 2009. The album was co-mixed by Tom Gabriel Fischer. The album marked a change in direction of the band's sound, as they almost completely abandoned their earlier old school black metal style, and caused controversy amongst fans of the band's earlier work.
^Fischer, Tom Gabriel (16 December 2008). "Due North". Retrieved 20 December 2008. "I will return to Norway tonight for most of the remainder of December, following an invitation by 1349 to visit them in the studio during the recording sessions for their new album"
^"New album - update". 1349 official myspace page. 17 January 2009. Retrieved 17 January 2008. "1349 Are currently putting their last touch to the bands new album entitled "REVELATIONS OF THE BLACK FLAME", follow- up to 2005's Hellfire. As both Hellfire and Beyond the Apocalypse, the album is recorded at Studio Studio Nyhagen, and co-mixed by none other than Tom Gabriel Fischer"
^Fischer, Tom Gabriel (13 January 2009). "Beyond The North Winds (Redux II)". Retrieved 19 January 2009. "And in a few hours, I will travel back to Norway for a few days yet again, to attend some of the mixing sessions for 1349's new album"