These are U.K. imports - MAY (or may not) have a slight bump/crease to a corner of the jacket.
Back in 1994 during the height of the second wave of Norwegian black metal anti-Christianity and satanism were at their peak in this genre of music. Then, out of points unknown comes Anonymous (later proven to be Jayson Sherlock) with a response to what was coming from Norway at the time. Sounding just as evil and raw as his Norwegian counterparts such as Mayhem, Darkthrone, Immortal and the rest Anonymous answered them. At the time holy unblack metal didn't exist, there was Christian metal but it was what only could be described as "lame" by any true metalhead. This single album (the only one made by this band until the live performance in Oslo in 2007) spawned a genre that has gotten a firm foothold in the realm of underground extreme metal. If some of the current crop of holy unblack metal bands such as Firethrone, Evroklidon, Erasmus, Susperia Profundus and many others have gotten you interested in holy unblack metal then the album that spawned it all is mandatory for your metal collection.
A1 A Church Bell Tolls Amidst The Frozen Nordic Winds
A2 Blasphemous Abomination Of The Satanic Pentagram
A3 Behold, The Rising Of The Scarlet Moon
A4 Thine Hour Hast Come
A5 Release And Clothe The Virgin Sacrifice
A6 Drink From The Chalice Of Blood
B1 Silence The Blasphemous Chanting
B2 Invert The Inverted Cross
B3 An Abandoned Grave Bathes Softly In The Falling Moonlight
B4 Crush The Bloodied Horns Of The Goat
B5 Weak, Feeble And Dying Anti-Christ
B6 The Day Of Total Armageddon Holocaust