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|2||The IVth Crusade||4:59|
|5||This Time It's War||5:50|
|7||Where Next To Conquer||3:50|
|10||Through The Ages (Outro)||3:45|
|11||As The World Burns||5:25|
- Bass – Jo Bench
- Design [Eye Design] – Paul McHale
- Drums – Andy Whale
- Engineer – John Cornfield
- Guitar – Baz Thomson, Gavin Ward
- Mixed By – Alan Fisch, Steve Harris
- Painting [Front Cover Painting] – Eugène Delacroix
- Producer, Recorded By – Bolt Thrower, Colin Richardson
- Vocals – Karl Willetts
- Written-By, Music By – Bolt Thrower
Some copies come with printed insert with lyrics and band photo.
Recorded at Sawmills Studio, august 1992.
Made in the E.E.C.
Pressed at MPO Averton
Mastered at credit for Transfermation is misspelled in the runout of side A as: 'Transfernation'
- Barcode (Text): 7464-90947-4
- Recorded At – Sawmills Studio
- Pressed By – MPO
- Mastered At – Transfermation
Artist: Bolt Thrower Album: The IVth Crusade Genre: Death Metal Released: October 1992. The IVth Crusade. Bolt Thrower. Earache Records Ltd от лица компании rights Bolt-Thrower. I've gone for personal use and entertainment, I do not own rights to the work of the band, except to ENJOY. The IVth Crusade by Bolt Thrower, released 02 September 1992 1. The IVth Crusade 2. Icon 3. Embers 4. Where Next to Conquer 5. As the World Burns 6. This Time It's War 7. Ritual 8. Spearhead 9. Celestial Sanctuary 10. Dying Creed 11. peytonlk Can't go wrong with Bolt Thrower, and you ESPECIALLY can't go wrong with IVth Crusade. Favorite track: Ritual. TimKhold The best DM band Favorite track: The IVth Crusade. Текст песни: Mortified by the lack of conscience Our sanctity bears no relevance Insignificance is our existence Hear the litany of lifes IVth Crusade is the fourth studio album by British death metal band Bolt Thrower. It was recorded at Sawmill Studios in August 1992 and produced by Bolt Thrower and Colin Richardson. The album was engineered by John Cornfield and mixed at Fon studios. It was also engineered by Alan Fisch and Steve Harris. It was released through Earache Records as Mosh 70 in 1992. The album title comes from the Fourth Crusade and the capturing of Constantinople. The cover artwork is a painting from Eugène. Listen free to Bolt Thrower The IVth Crusade The Ivth Crusade, Icon and more. 11 tracks 53:28. The IVth Crusade is the fourth Bolt Thrower album. It is recorded at Sawmill studios in August 1992, produced by Bolt Thrower and Colin Richardson. Engineered by John Cornfield. Mixed at Fon studios engineered by Alan Fisch and Steve Harris producer. It is released on Earache Records: Mosh 70 in 1992. The cover artwork is a painting from Eugène Delacroix, showing The Entry of the Crusaders in Constantinop. Type: Full-length. Mixed at Fon Studios, Sheffield, September 1992. Co-produced by Bolt Thrower. Identifiers: Barcode: 5 018615 107026 Matrix variant 1: MOSH 70CD . Released 1992. The IVth Crusade Tracklist. The IVth Crusade Lyrics. Icon Lyrics. The Fourth Crusade 12021204 was a Catholic crusade called by Pope Innocent III, and its intent was recapturing Jerusalem, which was then under Muslim control. To vastly summarize a complex chain of events, facing financial problems relating to the fares the Venetian navy demanded for transport, the Catholic armies besieged and sacked the city of Zara Zadar in modern Croatia, whose population was also Catholic. Songs in album Bolt Thrower - The IVth Crusade Vinyl 1992. Bolt Thrower - The IVth Crusade. Bolt Thrower - Icon. Bolt Thrower - Embers. Bolt Thrower - Where Next To Conquer. Bolt Thrower - As The World Burns. Bolt Thrower - This Time Its War. Bolt Thrower - Ritual. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The IVth Crusade ranks as one of Bolt Thrower's more powerful and consistent albums, raging with venom and unrestrained fury. It's a record that proves why the group was one of the leaders of the underground metal scene of the late '80s and early '90s. Few other groups matched Bolt Thrower in terms of pummeling, harsh sonic brutality, even if they occasionally lacked the skills to craft full-fledged songs and riffs