Sunday, June 14, 2009

OLD MAN'S CHILD: [1998] Ill-Natured Spiritual Invasion [Century Media]

Born in Oslo, Norway under the supervision of guitarist/singer Thomas "Grusom" Rune and fellow ax-man Jardar, the two wanted to create a project that was filled with the bleak lyrical content of modern day black metal and an influence of early death metal. The results were Old Man's Child, who made their debut in late 1993. After eventually inking a deal with the Norway based Hot Records in 1994, their first full-length Born of the Flickering came about later on that year. After a bit of a change in their rhythm section, the re-release of their first demo In The Shades of Life came out in 1996 on a Mini-CD format, digital re-mix and a different packaging was also included.
-- by Mike DaRonco, Allmusic Guide

1.Towards Eternity
2.The Dream Ghost
3.Demoniacal Possession
4.Fall Of Man
5.Captives Of Humanity
6.God Of Impiety
7.My Evil Revelations
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