Thy Pale Dominion

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Thy Pale Dominion
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Demo album by
Released1993
Genre Doom metal, black metal
Length15:07
Label Independent
Bethlehem chronology
Bethlehem
(1992)
Thy Pale Dominion
(1993)
Dark Metal
(1994)

Thy Pale Dominion is the second demo album by the German band Bethlehem. It was self-released in 1993, and was later re-released in LP format.

Track listing

  1. "Supplementary Exegesis" - 8:24
  2. "Wintermute" - 8:11



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