|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Department Of Apocalyptic Affairs||8||Audio||2000||Supernal Music|
|2||Min Tid Skal Komme||5||Audio||1995|
|3||A Darker Shade Of Evil||3||Audio||1994||Aesthetic Death Records|
|4||Min Tid Skal Komme||16||Audio||2008||Aesthetic Death Records|
|5||Ingentes Atque Decorii Vexilliferi Apokalypsis||3||Audio||2009-10-20||Aesthetic Death Records|
|6||Min Tid Skal Komme||12||Audio||2003|
|7||Black Snow||3||Audio||1993||Not On Label (Fleurety Self-released)|
|8||Min Tid Skal Komme||5||Audio||1995|
|9||Min Tid Skal Komme||5||Audio||1995||Morbid Noizz Productions|
|10||Et Spiritus Meus Semper Sub Sanguinantibus Stellis Habitabit||2||Audio||2013-05-00||Aesthetic Death Records|
|11||Black Snow||3||Audio||1993||Not On Label (Fleurety Self-released)|
|12||Min Tid Skal Komme||5||Audio||1997-01-00||Moon Records (2)|
Formed in december 1991, the band began working on their first demo "Black Snow". It was released in May 1993. Apparently it offended the entire Norwegian scene due to its extremely high pitched vocals. In 1995 Misanthropy Records released their debut album "Min Tid Skal Komme".
Meanwhile, the members spent time with other bands and projects: Nordgaren spent time on his solo project ,I Left the Planet, and played live guitar with Mayhem, while Hatlevik recorded an album with the Industrial outfit Aphrodisiac and joined Dødheimsgard.
Fleurety entered Jester Studio later in 1998 to record their second full-length album, "Department of Apocalyptic Affairs" (featuring Einar Sjursø of Beyond Dawn, Carl Michael of Ved Buens Ende and Aura Noir, Maniac & Hellhammer of Mayhem, Sverd of Arcturus, Garm of Ulver, Carl August Tideman of Tritonus, and Knut of Ulver, Arcturus, Vilde of Magenta, the bass player of the Norwegian pop/rock act Ephemera, Karianne Horn and Mari Solberg, and two other singers).