Bolt Thrower - The IVth Crusade download album
Recorded at Sawmills Studio, Cornwall, August 1992. Mixed at Fon Studios, Sheffield, September 1992. Co-produced by Bolt Thrower.
The 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 IVth Crusade Lyrics. Mortified by the lack of conscience Our sanctity bears no relevance. Insignificance is our existence Hear the litany of life's persistence. Try to close my mind - From the screams I hear Repentance is denied, the conformation of my fear. The IVth Crusade" Track Info. Cover By. The Fourth Crusade by Heaven Shall Burn. The IVth Crusade by Ilsa. The IVth Crusade Bolt Thrower.
Grandiose, majestic, and powerful; Bolt Thrower’s best album and a top-tier release in death metal. Bolt Thrower are a band who’ve actually gone through quite a bit of change throughout their career, contrary to popular perception. In some ways, I’ve always consider The IVth Crusade to be the opposite of their first two records
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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.