Live in Germania

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Live in Germania
Marduk - Germania (2008 reissue).jpg
2008 reissue by Regain Records
Live album by Marduk
Released July 7, 1997
Recorded 1996 during the Heaven Shall Burn tour, Germany
Genre Black metal
Length 59:22
Label Osmose Productions
Producer Marduk
Marduk chronology
Glorification
(1996)
Live in Germania
(1997)
Here's No Peace
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link

Live in Germania is the first live album by Swedish black metal band Marduk. It was recorded at four venues in Germany during the Heaven Shall Burn 1996 tour, engineered and edited at The Abyss, and released on July 7, 1997 by Osmose Productions. The album was originally announced by the band as titled The Black Years, but this was later opted out.[citation needed] Live in Germania is the only Marduk album to feature Peter Tägtgren of Hypocrisy, and also the band's mixer, on guitar.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Beyond the Grace of God" 5:08
2. "Sulphur Souls" 5:43
3. "The Black..." 3:52
4. "Darkness it Shall Be" 4:51
5. "Materialized in Stone" 5:08
6. "Infernal Eternal" 4:59
7. "On Darkened Wings" 3:48
8. "Wolves" 5:37
9. "Untrodden Paths (Wolves Part II)" 5:37
10. "Dracul va Domni Din Nou in Transilvania" 5:08
11. "Legion" 5:45
12. "Total Desaster" (Destruction cover) 3:40

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Trivia[edit]

  • Germania was the Latin exonym for a geographical area of land on the east bank of the Rhine (inner Germania), which included regions of Sarmatia as well as an area under Roman control on the west bank of the Rhine.
  • Germania also was the name Adolf Hitler gave to the projected renewal of the German capital Berlin.

Personnel[edit]

  • Legion – vocals
  • Morgan Steinmeyer Håkansson – guitar
  • Peter Tägtgren – guitar, engineering, editing
  • B. War – bass
  • Fredrik Andersson – drums

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