Track By Tracks: Bestia Ater - Anno Bestia Chrysallis (2021)


1. Div-E Sefid:

This song is about a persian demon Div-E Sefid, the chieftain of demons. He possesses great physical strength and is skilled in sorcery and necromancy. We depict the battle between him and Rostam - a legendary hero in Persian mythology. In our story the demon wins the war.

2. Emma-O:

This one is about Emma-o - the Japanese lord of death, who judges the dead by consulting a register in which are entered all of their sins. He rules over Jigoku - region popularly believed to be composed of a number of hot and cold regions located under the Earth.

3. Forneus:

Forneus is a Great Marquis of Hell and has twenty-nine legions of demons under his rule. He can bestow a good reputation to those who are deserving.The demon Forneus is primarily a protection demon. In this song we're telling a story about sailors caught in a sea storm who beg him for help.

4. Gusion:

He is a Great Duke of Hell, and is known to be a blunt, but honest speaker. He tells all past, present and future things, shows the meaning of all questions that are asked to him. He is depicted as a baboon.

5. Haures:

This song is about Haures, a Fallen Angel and Great Duke of Hell. If invoked into the magician’s triangle, he will give true answers to questions about the past,present, and future; outside the triangle, he will lie. People represent him as a leopard.

6. Ipos:

He is a powerful Prince of Hell, who impart decisiveness and self-control, and is said to rule over death, self-development, and divination. His services are highly sought after by those aware of the impact of his powers. In our story we see a king, who summons Ipos to protect his kingdom from a mighty invader.

7. Jezebeth:

Jezebeth is the demon of falsehoods. In this song we depict a story of a sleeping man, seduced by the demon.

8. Krampus:

Krampus is a beast-like creature, generally demonic in appearance. Half human - half goat. He carries bundles of birch branches with which he occasionally swats children.Sometimes Krampus appears with a sack or a basket strapped to his back; this is to cart off evil children for drowning, eating, or transport to Hell. In this song we see an exorcist, who tries to cast out the creature, but fails.

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