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|Studio album by|
|Released||24 May 2004|
|Label|| Nuclear Blast |
Digipack: NB 1295-0
|Producer||Lars Nissen, Therion|
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In an interview with Global Domination, Johnsson said that the album title is a reference to the twin star to the ordinary Sirius A.
The album makes references to ancient culture and mythology:
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