The Beauty in Black

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"The Beauty in Black"
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Single by Therion
from the album Lepaca Kliffoth
Released1995
Recorded1994
Music Lab Studio, Berlin
Genre Symphonic metal
Length12:03
Label Nuclear Blast
NB 125-2
Songwriter(s) Christofer Johnsson, Thomas Karlsson
Producer(s) Christofer Johnsson
Therion singles chronology
"The Beauty in Black"
(1995)
"The Siren of the Woods"
(1996)

"The Beauty in Black" is the first single released by Swedish heavy metal band Therion.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Arrival of the Darkest Queen"
  2. "The Beauty in Black"
  3. "Evocation of Vovin"
  4. "The Veil of Golden Spheres"

Personnel

Guest musicians

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