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Delusion of Negation
Satan Beside You
Total Playing Time    44:22
On this debut album, Spanish black metal band Totengott stretches three songs out over 45 exhilarating minutes. Displaying influences that include the space madness of Voivod, the gravity of Conan, the experimentation of early Pink Floyd, the riffing mastery of Candlemass and the atonality of Kryzstof Penderecki, mixed with occult and death metal, thrash, ambient and gothic, Totengott avoids all limitations.

"After more than one year playing those three songs live, it made sense to us to record them properly and share them with all of you, just as we pictured them in our heads from the very beginning. They represent the first year and a half of Totengott’s own music and we believe that they work together as a killer unit. Almost 45 minutes of darkness, doom, atmosphere, misery and thrashing oppression ... Delusion of Negation is the first single and the opening track ... it represents the thrashiest/rawest face of the band and all old school fans will love it."
- Totengott
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Totengott Studio Masters

Recorded, produced and mixed by Totengott at Anglagard Recording Studios
Mastered by James Plotkin

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