|To Violate the Oblivious
|Studio album by
|Total Holocaust Records
To Violate the Oblivious is a 2004 album by the American one-man black metal act Xasthur. After the original release on Swedish Total Holocaust Records, a re-mastered US pressing was released on Moribund Records in 2005 (featuring one bonus track). The same year, a limited double-vinyl edition was released on German label Perverted Taste (with yet another bonus track). The name of this album is misspelt on Spotify as "To Violate the Obvious".
|"Dreams Blacker than Death"
|"Screaming at Forgotten Fears"
|"Consumed by a Dark Paranoia"
|"Marked by Shadows"
|"Apparitional Void of Failure"
|"A Gate Through Bloodstained Mirrors"
|"Walker of Dissonant Worlds"
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