|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Child Of Darkness: From The Original Master Tapes||15||Audio||2005||Black Widow Records|
|2||Child Of Darkness: From The Original Master Tapes||15||Audio||2006||Vessel Records|
|3||Child Of Darkness: From The Original Master Tapes||15||Audio||2005||Black Widow Records|
|4||Symphony Of Shadows||9||Audio||2012||Svart Records|
|5||Symphony Of Shadows||9||Audio||2012||Svart Records|
|6||Symphony Of Shadows||9||Audio||2012||Svart Records|
|7||Child Of Darkness 1971 - 1974||12||Audio||Doom Records (2)|
|8||Child Of Darkness 1971 - 1974||12||Audio||1999||Doom Records (2)|
Bedemon was off-shoot of [a=Pentagram]. The band was an outlet for the songwriting of sometime Pentagram guitarist [a=Randy Palmer]. Palmer and drummer [a=Geof O'Keefe] recorded a series of demos throughout the '70s, most featuring bassist [a=Mike Matthews] and singer [a=Bobby Liebling], but because Palmer never wanted to pursue Bedemon as a serious act, the group never recorded a proper studio album. After years of having the tapes bootlegged, a proper collection was issued in 2005, 3 years after Palmer had been killed in a car crash. Geof O'Keefe and Mike Matthews plan to continue the band.
The name "Bedemon" was formed from a combination of "Behemoth" and "Demon", which had been Palmer's inital ideas for group's moniker.