Distractive Killusions

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Distractive Killusions
Distractive Killusions.jpg
Studio album by Vesania
Released 20 November 2007 (North America)
28 November 2007 (Finland)
30 November 2007 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden)
3 December 2007 (Rest of Europe (excl. Poland))
Recorded February, 2007
X Studio in Olsztyn, Poland
Genre Symphonic black metal, blackened death metal
Length 42:57
51:48 (Digipak)
Label Napalm, Mystic Production
Producer Orion
Szymon Czech
Vesania chronology
God the Lux
Distractive Killusions
Rage of Reason
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
About.com 3.5/5 stars[1]
Blabbermouth.net 8/10 stars[2]
Chronicles of Chaos 7/10 stars[3]

Distractive Killusions is the third full-length album by Polish symphonic black metal band Vesania. It was recorded at Studio X in Olsztyn, Poland by Szymon Czech and Vesania. The record was mixed and mastered at Studio X by Szymon Czech and Orion with virtual assisitance of Siegmar. The album was released worldwide in November 2007. A limited edition digipak version was also released, containing two bonus tracks. This is the first album with Valeo as a real band member. The album was originally released under Napalm Records, but it was released under Mystic Production in Poland.

Orion comments after the release of Distractive Killusions:

Track listing

All music by Vesania. Arranged by Orion, Daray & Siegmar. Except "Neurodeliri" by Bulldozer.

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Narrenschyff" Orion 5:58
2. "The Dawnfall (Hamartia and Hybris)" Orion 4:55
3. "Infinity Horizon" Orion 4:47
4. "Rage of Reason" Orion 5:52
5. "Of Bitterness and Clarity" Orion 4:40
6. "Silence Makes Noise (Eternity - The Mood)" Orion, T. Wroczynski 4:47
7. "Hell is for Children" Orion 4:57
8. "Aesthesis" Orion 5:04
9. "Distractive Cryscendo" Orion 1:57
Digipak bonus tracks
No. Title Lyrics Length
10. "Rage of Reason" (Single edit) Orion 4:01
11. "Neurodeliri" (Bulldozer cover) Orion 4:50



  1. ^ About.com review
  2. ^ Blabbermouth.net review Archived February 5, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Chronicles of Chaos review
  4. ^ "Behemoth Completes Recording New Album". Dec 2007. Archived from the original on 2009-07-29. Retrieved 20 Aug 2009. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Encyclopaedia Metallum
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