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Alive in Oslo

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Alive in Oslo
Released April 2007
Recorded 3 November 2006
Genre Unblack metal
Label Veridon Music
Producer Jayson Sherlock
Horde chronology

Hellig Usvart
Alive in Oslo
The Day of Total Armageddon Holocaust

Alive in Oslo is a live album by Australian unblack metal band Horde, released in April 2007 by Veridon Music. The album features the live concert by the band, recorded at Nordic Fest in Oslo, Norway on 3 November 2006. It also features a bonus DVD containing footage of the show.

Track listing

  1. "A Church Bell Tolls Amidst the Frozen Nordic Winds" – 1:02
  2. "Blasphemous Abomination of the Satanic Pentagram" – 0:47
  3. "Behold, the Rising of the Scarlet Moon" – 3:22
  4. "Thine Hour Hast Come" – 4:05
  5. "Release and Clothe the Virgin Sacrifice" – 5:37
  6. "Silence the Blasphemous Chanting" – 5:37
  7. "Invert the Inverted Cross" – 3:10
  8. "An Abandoned Grave Bathes Softly in the Falling Moonlight" – 5:09
  9. "Crush the Bloodied Horns of the Goat" – 2:24
  10. "The Day of Total Armageddon Holocaust" – 1:43


  • Jayson Sherlock – Vocals and Drums
  • Simon "Pilgrim" Rosen (of Crimson Moonlight) – Guest vocalist on "Invert The Inverted Cross"
  • Kvest – Rhythm Guitar
  • Bøddel – Rhythm and Lead Guitar
  • Gestalt – Bassfi:Hellig Usvart
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