|Studio album by|
|Released||10 May 2010|
|Recorded||November – December 2009 at Morningstar Studio in Trondheim, Norway|
|Genre||Symphonic black metal, melodic death metal|
|Label||Indie, Nuclear Blast|
|Keep of Kalessin chronology|
Reptilian is the fifth studio album by the Norwegian extreme metal band Keep of Kalessin, released on 10 May 2010 in Europe and on 8 June 2010 in North America through Nuclear Blast. The album peaked at number two on the Norwegian record chart, VG-lista .This would be the last album with Torbjørn "Thebon" Schei on vocals before being fired in 2013.
|5.||"Leaving the Mortal Flesh"||4:25|
|6.||"Dark as Moonless Night"||5:50|
|7.||"The Divine Land"||6:47|
|Norwegian Albums Chart||2|
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