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Venom Announce 40th Anniversary In Nomine Satanas Vinyl Box Set

Venom will release an epic four LP box set celebrating their 40th anniversary

Kerrang! can exclusively reveal that Venom are releasing a 40th anniversary vinyl box set, showcasing their first four studio albums (remastered from the original tapes), their 1986 live album and much more.

Dubbed In Nomine Satanas, the box set will include the following:

Welcome To Hell on splatter vinyl with reproduction of original poster and embossed cover. Black Metal on swirl vinyl with reproduction of original poster and embossed cover. At War With Satan on splatter vinyl with six-page roll fold booklet and leather effect cover. Possessed on splatter vinyl with reproduction of original poster and embossed cover.

Venom’s 1986 live album Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (recorded at Hammersmith Odeon) comes on half-and-half vinyl with reproductions of original artwork and gatefold. 1982 7” single Bloodlust on planchette-shaped picture disc. New album of unreleased demos Sons Of Satan on splatter vinyl with gatefold cover.

But that’s not all! There’s a book on the history of Venom with new interviews and unseen photos, a Seven Dates Of Hell tour poster, a reproduction of the Seven Dates Of Hell programme and a Venom legion back patch.

Basically, if you’re a Venom fan, this rules.

And if you’re not that bothered about vinyl, there’s a 43-track CD version available.

You can order your Venom box set now.

Venom In Nomine Satanas box set
Posted on March 6th 2019, 11:00am
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