The Fourth Dimension (Hypocrisy album)

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The Fourth Dimension
Fourth Dimension.jpg
Studio album by Hypocrisy
Released October 25, 1994
Recorded Mar-Apr 1994, Park Studio, Stockholm, Sweden
Genre Death metal, melodic death metal
Length 52:48
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Peter Tägtgren
Hypocrisy chronology
Inferior Devoties
(1994)Inferior Devoties1994
The Fourth Dimension

The Fourth Dimension is the third studio album by Hypocrisy, released on October 25, 1994. The limited edition digipak (cat.-no. NB 112-2 DIGI), not to be confused with the digipak re-release, had "The Abyss" instead of "The Arrival of the Demons". This track was later re-recorded for The Arrival album. The digipak re-release contains two bonus tracks: "Request Denied" and "Strange Ways" taken from the Maximum Abduction EP. After the departure of vocalist Masse Broberg, Hypocrisy's lyrics began to focus more on the paranormal and science fiction. The person on the cover is Mikael Hedlund, Hypocrisy's bass guitar player.

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Allmusic 4/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Apocalypse" 5:55
2. "Mind Corruption" 3:50
3. "Reincarnation" 3:48
4. "Reborn" 3:06
5. "Black Forest" 4:23
6. "Never to Return" 4:08
7. "Path to Babylon" 3:43
8. "Slaughtered" 5:39
9. "Orgy in Blood" 3:20
10. "The North Wind" 3:45
11. "T.E.M.P.T." 3:19
12. "The Fourth Dimension" 5:51
13. "The Arrival of the Demons (Part 1)" 1:50
14. "The Abyss" (limited edition digipak, non-reissue release) 4:38
15. "Request Denied" (digipak re-release)  
16. "Strange Ways" (digipak re-release)  
Total length: 52:48
Bonus tracks for Japan
No. Title Length
14. "Symbol of Baphomet"  
15. "Mental Emotions"  
16. "God Is a Lie"  
17. "Black Magic"  
18. "The Abyss"  


Band members[edit]


  • Produced and mixed by Peter Tägtgren
  • Engineered by Gunnar Silins
  • Mastered by Gunnar Silins, at Park Studio, Stockholm
  • Photos, art and design by P Grøn, Sweden
  • Executive producer M. Staiger