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In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend is the debut album by Finnish doom metal band Reverend Bizarre. It was originally released in 2002. It was rereleased with a bonus CD titled Return to the Rectory in 2004. The album was released on vinyl by Finnish label Svart Records. The album title is a homage to King Crimson's 1969 album, In the Court of the Crimson King. All tracks written by Albert Witchfinder, except where noted; all lyrics written by Witchfinder, except "Sodoma Sunrise" by Peter Vicar.
All songs written and arranged by Reverend Bizarre. Front cover painting: Witches' Sabbath by Francisco de Goya. The title of the album references that of King Crimson's debut In the Court of the Crimson King. The sample in "The Hour of Death" is from the Australian film Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), directed by Peter Weir. Cirith Ungol" is based on JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, and titled after a high mountain pass that leads to Mordor. Recording information: Produced by Reverend Bizarre.
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Reverend Bizarre already had more ideas than could fit into the span of an over 74-minute album, and In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend bursts at the seams with intricate arrangements and whip-smart reinvention of classic sounds. In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend sounds like a black hole opening up and drawing everything into its bleak void; the album’s gravitational pull is crushing and asphyxiating
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At last, Lucifer said "Let there be Reverend Bizarre. In the Rectory" recalls Cathedral for sheer slow-crawling concentration and, for its unmitigated sense of imminent dread, the especially sorrowful "The Hour of Death" recalls Electric Wizard.