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    Leviathan / Xasthur

    • Year Released: 2004
    Leviathan / Xasthur is a split album with music from the black metal bands Xasthur and Leviathan on it. Tracks 1 through 7 were performed by Xasthur. Tracks 8 through 10 were performed by Leviathan.
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    A Silhouette in Splinters

    • Year Released: 2005
    A Silhouette in Splinters is a compilation of previously unreleased songs from S.F. black metal band Leviathan. This release is completely Dark ambient. Limited to 500 copies on red vinyl. In 2008, a cd version was released by Moribund Cult.
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    Demos Two Thousand

    • Year Released: 2005
    Demos Two Thousand is a compilation of songs from two of Leviathan's earlier demos - Shadows of No Light and Misanthropicnecroblasphemy, both of which were recorded in 2000. All tracks by Jef Whitehead Jef Whitehead – all instruments, vocals
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    Leviathan / Crebain

    • Year Released: 2004
    The Crebain / Leviathan split is a split album between two SFBM bands - Crebain and Leviathan. Originally limited to 666 copies. The album was rereleased on vinyl by Anti-Xtian Terror Records in 2006 (limited to 500, repressed again later in 2007). Tumult Records then repressed the original CD version in 2007, identical to the first version. "Blood Angel" is originally a song by the seminal Bay Area band VON.
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    Massive Conspiracy Against All Life

    • Year Released: 2008
    Massive Conspiracy Against All Life is the third full-length album by San Francisco-based one-man black metal band Leviathan. There was much controversy over the release of this album, which was originally slated for a summer release in 2007. Supposedly Wrest tried to release the album under the Lurker of Chalice moniker via Blake Judd's Battle Kommand Records. But Moribund's lawyer's issued a cease and desist order. This also affected and delayed the Nachtmystium / Leviathan split album which was to be released on Southern Lord Records in 2007. The vinyl version of Massive Conspiracy Against All Life was released on May 20, 2008 via Moribund Records. The LP was limited to 500 copies on black vinyl and 500 copies on red vinyl. This was the first Leviathan LP to feature acoustic drums as opposed to the electronic drums Wrest used on most of the band's prior releases. For unknown reasons, the pre-release album leak featured different track titles, despite containing exactly the same songs. (The CD-Text information of the released CD still refers to these alternate titles, and Wrest's Lurker of Chalice moniker instead of Leviathan.) The pre-release track listing was:
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    Tentacles of Whorror

    • Year Released: 2004
    Tentacles of Whorror is the second full-length album by Leviathan. It was recorded at L.D. 50 Productions between December 2003 and January 2004 with production mastering being handled by Drucifer at Nettlingham Audio. It was released on June 16, 2004 and was distributed by Seattle-based underground record label Moribund Cult. It features lyrics by Maija the Goatess on the track "A Necessary Mutilation".
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    The Blind Wound

    • Year Released: 2006
    The Blind Wound is an EP re-release of Leviathan's contribution to 2006's Leviathan / Sapthuran split album. It was re-pressed on LP by Southern Lord Records and was limited to five hundred copies on black vinyl and five hundred copies on silver vinyl, also pressed on black / green vinyl and green/red vinyl.
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    The Speed Of Darkness

    • Year Released: 2006
    The Speed of Darkness is an EP re-release of Leviathan's contribution to 2003's Live In Eternal Sin/The Speed Of Darkness split album. It was re-released on LP in 2006 via Hate Records and was limited to two-hundred copies on clear vinyl and four-hundred sixty-six copies on dark green vinyl.
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    The Tenth Sub Level of Suicide

    • Year Released: 2003
    The Tenth Sub Level of Suicide is the first full-length album by Leviathan. It was recorded entirely on a Tascam four-track tape recorder in mainman Wrest's home and was released September 29, 2003 by Seattle-based underground record label Moribund Cult. "It's about different phases/levels of contemplation towards an action. The act of self-extermination," says Wrest. "All the lyrics, for the exception of (track) 2, are about suicide, in one form or another."
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    Time End

    • Year Released: 1998
    Time End is the second release by Leviathan. It was recorded sometime in 1998 by sole member Wrest in his California home on a Tascam four-track tape recorder. After its initial release on cassette it saw a CD-R re-release limited to sixty-six copies.
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    Verräter

    • Year Released: 2002
    Verräter is a compilation of tracks spanning the early days of Leviathan's demos. It features two discs of material from previously self-recorded and self-released material by Wrest. After its initial release in 2002 it was re-issued by Tumult Records in 2006 and again in July 2007.
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