|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Stormblade||9||Audio||1996||Evil Omen Records|
|2||Prepare For War||14||Audio||1994|
|3||The Fire And The Wind||8||Audio||1999||Osmose Productions|
|5||Stormblade||9||Audio||1996||Evil Omen Records|
|6||The Birth Of Diabolic Blood||6||Audio||1994||Not On Label|
|7||The Fire And The Wind||8||Audio||1999||Osmose Productions|
|8||Prepare For War||15||Audio||2012-09-00||Listenable Records|
|9||The Fire And The Wind||8||Audio||1999||Osmose Productions|
|10||Prepare For War||16||Audio||2012-05-00||Listenable Records|
|11||Prepare For War||13||Audio||1995||Morbid Noizz Productions|
|12||Prepare For War||14||Audio||1994||Evil Omen Records|
|13||Stormblade||9||Audio||1996||Evil Omen Records|
|14||Demons Of The Night||4||Audio||1999||Osmose Productions|
One of New Zealand's first black metal bands, formed in around 1993, they attracted the attention of French label Evil Omen, an offshoot of Osmose Productions.
Bass player/vocalist Behemoth and guitarist Heimdall decided to emigrate to the UK in 1996 to try and take the band further, but left behind drummer Adramolech (at the time also the drummer for popular NZ avant-rock band Head Like a Hole), who was rather disgruntled about the whole affair.
With him replaced, they caught the attention of Osmose Productions head man, and he took them on the World Domination tour and promoted them from Evil Omen to Osmose.