Black Metal Reign Of Erebus. 队列表 Black Metal Reign Of Erebus Into the Darkness of Pandemonium. Other productions from Reign Of Erebus. Humanracist (a Higher Form of Human).
Reign of Erebus, Basingstoke. Pure, brutal, English black metal.
1 The Choir Of A Dying Angel 2 The Queen Of Damnation 3 None Shall BeSepared (Avalonian Dreams) 4 Chillerotica 5 Devouring Shadows. Into the Darkness of Pandemonium (CDr, EP). Label.
Erebus, the god of darkness, is one of the deities that people that often forget. However, as one of the primordial deities, he is also one of the oldest. Here is more information about him: Who Was Erebus? Erebus is the primordial dark god of night and darkness. He was the offspring of Chaos, the first god that ruled over the confusion of the void that existed prior to the world as it is known today
Erebus though faded into the background, and whilst occasionally mentioned by writers in antiquity, writers like Hesiod and Ovid, the god would subsequently only be mentioned in reference to the underworld. Some writers would tell of Erebus dwelling in a cave or palace in the realm of Hades, whilst others would say that the god of darkness was everywhere in the underworld, making it a dark place. Erebus Helping to Explain the World. By creating a god of darkness in the form of Erebus, the early Greeks could explain why periods of darkness enveloped the world. The deity, and Aether, could also.
Pandæmonium" (in some versions of English "Pandemonium") stems from the Greek "παν", meaning "all" or "every", and "δαιμόνιον", meaning "little spirit", "little angel", or, as Christians interpreted it, "little daemon", and later, "demon". It thus roughly translates as "All Demons", but can also be interpreted as Παν-δαιμον-ειον, "all-demon-place".
|The Choir Of A Dying Angel|
|The Queen Of Damnation|
|None Shall BeSepared (Avalonian Dreams)|
|none||Reign Of Erebus||Into the Darkness of Pandemonium (Cass, EP, Dem)||Not On Label||none||UK||1998|
|none||Reign Of Erebus||Into the Darkness of Pandemonium (CDr, EP)||Not On Label||none||UK||1998|