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    Dark Requiems... and Unsilent Massacre

    • Year Released: 1998
    Dark Requiems...and Unsilent Massacre is the second full-length album by the British black metal act Hecate Enthroned, released in 1998 by Blackend Records. Stylistically this found the band utilizing a slower, more ambient feel versus the speed and heaviness heard on their previous album, The Slaughter of Innocence. Keyboards and reverbed vocals were put more in the forefront, with less emphasis on guitar riffs and fast-paced percussion. This also marks the first time that lyrics were printed into the album's booklet, possibly due to the incomprehensibility of Jon's vocals in the final mix. This album was the last to feature keyboardist Michael and founding member Jon, the latter of which was fired from the group, as well as the last to have a heavily symphonic black metal approach. The next album, Kings of Chaos, would feature a more death metal-oriented sound. Recorded February 16 - March 3, 1998, at the Windings, North Wales. Welsh lyrical influence by Jon. Produced by Pete "Pee Wee" Coleman for Northern Music Company. Mixed by Hecate Enthroned and Pete Coleman. Mastering by Tim Turan. Cover & back photography by Simon Marsden. Design & layout by Hecate Enthroned and Ady @
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    Kings of Chaos

    • Year Released: 1999
    Kings of Chaos is the fourth full-length studio album by British melodic black metal band Hecate Enthroned. The style changed drastically from that of the previous three albums, with less keyboard work and a more death metal tinged backbone with the guitar work. The title is similar to that of the infamous book Lords of Chaos. The track "Exalted in Depravity" was the last track written by former keyboardist Michael. This track is featured on Balls Of Steel.
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    Redimus

    • Year Released: 2004
    Redimus is an album by English black metal group Hecate Enthroned, released in October 2004 via Candlelight Records. This continues along the sound originally heard on Kings of Chaos, with death metal-style guitars, tempos and growls mixed with symphonic black metal keyboards, melodies and grim screaming. There are also elements of progressive tendencies as evidenced in the title track and "Morbeca". This would be the last album vocalist Dean would perform on before leaving the band temporarily.
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    The Blackend Collection

    The Blackend Collection is a compilation album by Hecate Enthroned released in 2005. The tracks included are those that appeared on the bands 2nd, 3rd and 4th albums; The Slaughter Of Innocence: A Requiem For The Mighty, Dark Requiems...and Unsilent Massacre and Kings of Chaos. There is no change in track order and no notable remastering present on this release.
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    The Slaughter of Innocence, a Requiem for the Mighty

    • Year Released: 1997
    Slaughter of Innocence (A Requiem for the Mighty) was the first full-length feature album from British black metal band, Hecate Enthroned. The album was released on October 21, 1997 through Blackened Records and distributed in the USA by Death Records, a subsidiary of Metal Blade Records. It saw a step forward musically, with an increase in speed and heaviness. The album's production was criticised as sounding "grainy". Further criticism was directed at their music, with many critics likening them to Cradle of Filth, who by that time was already a very prominent band in the heavy metal scene, that they apparently "ripped off". This was mostly due to Jon Pritchard's singing style (on this album especially), which was akin to Dani Filth's The album was a critic success, but lacked proper publicity, and therefore fell short with most of the public, but it still is viewed as a significant step forward for British extreme metal, when at the time the genre was covered by Scandinavian bands. Recorded January 20th to February 3rd 1997 under a full moon. Enigineered & Produced by Andy Sneap Mixed by Hecate Enthroned & Andy Sneap Ambiencs & Mastering by Tim Turan Satanicus symbol & Baphomet
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    Upon Promeathean Shores (Unscriptured Waters)

    • Year Released: 1998
    Upon Promeathean Shores is the first full-length album by the British black metal band Hecate Enthroned. It was released in Europe by Blackend Records/Plastic Head, and in America by Death Records, a subsidiary of Metal Blade Records. This is essentially their Ode for a Haunted Wood demo remastered and released as the first album under their record label. Stylistically this found the band in a more "true" black metal sound, with squashed production, growled vocals, raging tempos, blast-beats and symphonic arrangements. Accusations of the band being a "Cradle of Filth rip-off" began to manifest as the band's name got bigger. By the second album, the band would replace their drummer, keyboardist, and guitarist. On the side packaging for the Death Records release, the album's title is misspelled as "Upon Promeatheau Shores". Recorded summer 95, remixed winter 95 at Academy Studios, Dewsbury, Yorkshire. Engineered by Mags, Produced and Mixed by Mags and Hecate Enthroned. Art Direction by Hecate Enthroned and pod communication. All music by Hecate Enthroned All lyrics by Jon, concepts by Marc and Jon
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