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Item no. : EISEN170
Product type : Compact Disc
Release Date : 11 December 2020



Long-running American symphonic black metal masters return from the dead to re-record their classic 2008 album, "Salem 1692." Considered by many to be Ceremonial Castings' best album, "Salem 1692" now receives a reinvigorating recording which both amplifies their inherent aggression and their foggy mysticism: simply spellbinding, and another new classic of '90s-style sympho-BM! Ceremonial Castings began in the late fall of 1996. The band was founded by still existing members Jake Superchi (Uada) & brother Nick Superchi. The basis of the writing & the lyrical foundation striving on the art of black magic, witchcraft & rituals that could only lead to the name of Ceremonial Castings. Hailing from the town Battle Ground which is located in the dark forests of Washington state (USA) it is no surprise that the curses that are spewed forth are a perfect mix of unrelenting majestic chaos. The recipe contains itself with the magicks of Black, Death, & Thrash Metal to Classical, Symphonic & Dark Ambient combining into the band's self deemed sound as "American Deathphonic Black Metal" or now known as "Bewitching Black Metal", a unique style surrounded in black magic & the arts of witchcraft. The brothers Superchi also happen to be related to the renowned author, Nathaniel Hawthorne, as they are direct descendants of Nathaniel's great-great-grandfather, Judge John Hathorne, who is known for his leading role in the Salem witch trials.
1. Beneath the Sabbath Moon 
2. Where the Witches Waltz 
3. The Devil in Salem 
4. Obsidian Spells of Hysteria 
5. The Dreamstalk Masquerade 
6. The Crucible & the Cross
7. Damned Be Those of the Craft 
8. Onwards to Gallows Hill 
9. Stones upon the Warlock 
10. When Winter Spectres Come 
11. The Search for Tranquility
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