Nihil (Impaled Nazarene album)

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Nihil
Studio album by Impaled Nazarene
Released June 16, 2000
Recorded August through September 1999
Genre Black metal
Length 32:15
Label Osmose Productions
Producer Anssi Kippo
Impaled Nazarene chronology
Rapture
(1998)Rapture1998
Nihil
(2000)
Absence of War Does Not Mean Peace
(2001)Absence of War Does Not Mean Peace2001

Nihil is the sixth full-length release by Impaled Nazarene. It was released June 16, 2000 through Osmose Productions. Alexi Laiho of Children of Bodom plays guitar on the album. Laiho has also composed songs "Cogito Ergo Sum" and "Zero Tolerance". The album recently entered Germany's Index List which means the album may not be advertised in public or sold to minors. The song "Zero Tolerance" is infamous due to its homophobic lyrics (it's not included in the booklet in some editions).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cogito Ergo Sum" – 2:10 (Laiho, Luttinen)
  2. "Human-Proof" – 4:38 (Kellokoski, Luttinen)
  3. "Wrath of the Goat" – 1:22 (Kellokoski, Luttinen)
  4. "Angel Rectums Still Bleed – The Sequel" – 2:42 (Antilla, Luttinen)
  5. "Post Eclipse Era" – 4:21 (Kellokoski, Luttinen)
  6. "Nothing Is Sacred" – 2:19 (Kellokoski, Luttinen)
  7. "Zero Tolerance" – 1:52 (Laiho, Luttinen)
  8. "Assault the Weak" – 3:49 (Antilla, Kellokoski, Luttinen)
  9. "How the Laughter Died" – 4:07 (Kellokoski, Luttinen)
  10. "Nihil" – 4:55 (Luttinen)

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Arranged By Impaled Nazarene
  • Produced, Recorded, Engineered & Mixed By Anssi Kippo
  • Mastered By Mika Jussila