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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 album title comes from the Fourth Crusade and the capturing of Constantinople. The cover artwork is a painting from Eugène Delacroix, showing "The Entry of the Crusaders in… read more

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  • Avatar for WiseParanoia
    This is for me their finest album.
  • Avatar for RiffM4chine
    Unbelievable.
  • Avatar for AuraOfDoom
    Today it feels different to listen to this stuff. My deep sympathy for the family of Kearns! He will be missed!
  • Avatar for Vanitas05
    @theory_of_mind: "you think THIS is slow? 800 years passed before Rome (in the form of Pope John Paul II) apologized for the IVth crusade" The current top-listener (k9000) of this Album has Pope John Paul II as his Avatar. Somehow I find that highly amusing.
  • Avatar for Clouded123
    great comment from theory of mind. I like the "melodic" riffing in this album.
  • Avatar for theory_of_mind
    you think THIS is slow? 800 years passed before Rome (in the form of Pope John Paul II) apologized for the IVth crusade
  • Avatar for octopuss22
    A death metal classic.
  • Avatar for CodexManesse
    slow as fuck lumbering death metal masterpiece [2]
  • Avatar for Burymeinsmoke22
    Fucking killer album.
  • Avatar for Babafagucci
    their best

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