24 Years Ago: SACRAMENTUM record Finis Malorum

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24 Years Ago: SACRAMENTUM record Finis Malorum

When we started it was just because we wanted to make extreme music, violent music. We had no ambitions whatsoever. Then thing started to happen. A lot of people liked the stuff we made. So we became more serious and after we had recorded the MCD "Finis Malorum" we realized that we could really achieve something. So we kicked out the unserious members and started rehearse more often and that's the way it is. I think that everything we could dream about then has been fulfilled but we will carry on for many years to spread our message of hatred.
- Nisse Karlén / Sacramentum interview, Random #3, 1998

This album is dedicated to the growing northern darkness...

SACRAMENTUM completed recording their first major release, the Finis Malorum mini-album, on this day in 1994 with Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios.

Finis Malorum was first self-released by the band under the Northern Productions banner and re-released a year later by French label Adipocere.

Hello and cheers to everyone who feels that they are trapped in a far to bright century.