|1.||The End of Serenity ('Faceless Shadows' outtake, circa Autumn/Winter 2008)|
|2.||Frozen Wastelands ('Faceless Shadows' outtake, May 2009)|
|3.||Monoliths of Ice (Circa early 2009)|
|4.||Faceless Shadows (Re-recorded version, May 2010)|
|5.||Forest At Night (Live w/o audience, 2010)|
|6.||Through Blizzards and White Wastelands (Live w/o audience, 2010)|
|7.||Graves (Live w/o audience, 19th November 2012)|
|8.||Synth Improvisation I (Early Evening, 8th November 2009)|
|9.||Synth Improvisation II (Night, 8th November 2009)|
|10.||Agony (November 2008)|
|11.||Dense Choking Forest|
|12.||A Dark Eternal Winter|
|13.||Transilvanian Hunger (Darkthrone cover)|
|14.||Body Electric (Sisters Of Mercy cover, Afternoon, 25th June 2009)|
|15.||Paradise, Part II (Beherit cover, much earlier version, May 2010)|
|16.||Ageless Winter ('Demo MMXII' outtake, alternate ending)|
|17.||Israel (Siouxsie and the Banshees cover, Summer 2010)|
|18.||Over the Sea of Sorrow (Circa Spring 2009)|
|19.||Solitude (Early version of 'Time No Longer Exists', late 2008 or early 2009)|
|20.||Ghost Harp (July 2012)|
|21.||A Cursed Existence (Live w/o audience, circa Autumn/Winter 2008)|
|22.||Forest at Night ('Demo MMXII' recording, abandoned arrangement)|
|23.||Through Blizzards and White Wastelands (Version with 'lost' synths restored)|
|24.||Synth Improvisations III & IV (Late Afternoon/Early Evening, 17th November 2009)|
|25.||Gaslighting (Morning, 9th November 2009)|
|26.||As the Sun Sets on Humanity (Re-recorded version, June 2009)|
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- Country:United Kingdom
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