|For Funerals To Come...|
|Recorded||September 1994 (Unisound Studios)|
|Genre||Death-doom, black metal|
|Length||18:07 (Standard Version)|
34:08 (2011 Re-issue)
|Label|| Avantgarde Music |
Peaceville Records (2011 re-issue)
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