Elizabeth Bathory

Album: Storm of the Light's Bane (2002)
  • This is another song about one of the true fiends of history, and distinctly superior to the Venom track "Countess Bathory". Like Venom, the Scandinavian band tackle this terrible subject head on, but their slightly more mystical approach is closer in spirit to the legend, and undoubtedly to the monster behind it. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
  • This was originally released by the Hungarian band Tormentor on their 1988 album Anno Domini.

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