The Darkest Age: Live '93

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The Darkest Age: Live '93
Vaderthedarkestagelive.jpg
Cover art by Jacek Wiśniewski
Live album by Vader
Released July 27, 1994
Recorded December 13, 1993
Studio Corona Hall in Kraków, Poland
Genre Death metal
Length 51:07
Language English, Polish
Label Baron Records, Arctic Serenades, System Shock/Impact Records, Metal Mind Records, Pavement Music
Producer Vader & Mariusz Kmiołek[1]
Vader chronology
The Ultimate Incantation
(1992)The Ultimate Incantation1992
The Darkest Age
(1993)
De Profundis
(1995)De Profundis1995
Alternative cover
alternative cover art
alternative cover art
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[2]

The Darkest Age: Live '93 is a live album by the death metal band Vader. It was recorded at Corona Hall in Kraków, Poland on 13 December 1993, originally released on Baron Records in 1994 in cassette format.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."Macbeth (Intro)" (instrumental) Laibach3:54
2."Dark Age"Piotr WiwczarekPiotr Wiwczarek4:43
3."Vicious Circle"Paweł WasilewskiPiotr Wiwczarek3:13
4."The Crucified Ones"Piotr WiwczarekPiotr Wiwczarek3:11
5."Demon's Wind" Piotr Wiwczarek5:01
6."Decapitated Saints"Piotr WiwczarekPiotr Wiwczarek2:31
7."From Beyond (Intro)" (instrumental) Piotr Wiwczarek1:01
8."Chaos"Paweł WasilewskiPiotr Wiwczarek4:57
9."Reign-Carrion"Piotr WiwczarekPiotr Wiwczarek7:17
10."Testimony"Piotr WiwczarekPiotr Wiwczarek4:10
11."Breath of Centuries"Paweł WasilewskiPiotr Wiwczarek4:23
12."Omen (Intro)" (instrumental) Jerry Goldsmith2:08
13."Hell Awaits" (Slayer cover)Kerry KingJeff Hanneman, Kerry King4:41

Personnel[edit]

Production and performance credits are adapted from the album liner notes.

Vader
Production
  • Jacek Wiśniewski – cover art
  • Jan Polakowski – alternative cover art
  • Marcin Ograbek – engineering
  • Mariusz Kmiołek – management
  • A. Belica – photos
Note
  • Recorded at Corona Hall, Kraków, Poland, December 13, 1993

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label
Poland July 27, 1994[2] Baron Records
Europe 1996 Arctic Serenades
Europe March 18, 1998[3] System Shock/Impact Records
USA July 27, 1999[4] Pavement Music
Japan March 23, 2000[5] Avalon Marquee
Poland February 20, 2007[6] Metal Mind Productions

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