Dor-Nu-Fauglith – 1997 – Mordgrimm
Axis Of Blood – 2015 – Battlesk’rs

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Blutorden, Chemin De Haine>>Vlad Drakul [Eric Graulier]>>Blutorden, Chemin De Haine – Arkhon Infaustus, Bekhira, Tzaphkial>>DRAC WERVOLF [DEVIANT VON BLAKK]>>Arkhon Infaustus, Bekhira, Tzaphkial

Arkhon Infaustus, Bekhira, Epic>>DRAC WERVOLF [DEVIANT VON BLAKK]>>Arkhon Infaustus, Bekhira, Epic – Heol Telwen, Glorior Belli, Merrimack, Blackgod, Hexen Holocaust>>DISPATER>>Heol Telwen, Blackgod, Hexen Holocaust – Pagan Eternal, Ende, Reverence, Arkhon Infaustus>>I. Luciferia>>Ende, Reverence, Arkhon Infaustus

Blutorden>>Gorthaur>>Blutorden – S.RV.F>>Le Prochain Hiver - DRAC WERVOLF [DEVIANT VON BLAKK]

Chemin De Haine, Kristallnacht, Desolation Triumphalis, : Bekhira>MALKIRA [CYRIL ESKHANTH]>>Chemin De Haine, Kristallnacht, Desolation Triumphalis, Bekhira

History & Biography
The band existed under another monicker between 1991 and 1993 and changed its name to the ‘kiss of shame’ in reference to a Satanic greeting. It disbanded in 2002 – although had ceased activity in 1999 - and tried another round beginning 2008.

Satanic Revival was a 1993 demo. Sadomatic, Impure Artgoat was a 1994 demo. I'a Aem'nh S'ha-t'n was a 1995 demo. The band’s debut album arrived in 1997. Dor-Nu-Fauglith is a Lord of The Rings reference and means ‘The Land Suffering And Choking In Ashes.’ Quwm was a 2010 7” EP.

I. Luciferia left the band claiming joint pains. The group was featured in a documentary called Bleu Blanc Satan about early French black metal. The band was booked for Steelfest Open Air for 2020.

The band claims to be non-political, but has been connected to the NSBM movement. Malkira was in Kristallnacht referencing Nazis. The track Kein Entkommen featured lyrics by Asura of Morke, a Nazi band. In tandem with an Arkhon Infaustus’ re-release, Osculum Infame’s The Black Theology EP was being re-issued through Impure Wedding Productions in 2021. It was originally released through Mordgrimm in 2000. Anoi. Another rerelease came in 2023. Repulsive Echo Records (which was an appropriate name for the label) and Frost & Fire Records re-released the I’a Aem’nh S’ha-T’n demo on CD.

Osculum Infame translates to ‘The Kiss Of Infamy’ from Latin and refers to the embrace and a ritual of black magic.



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