Mark of the Beast (album)
Mark of the Beast is an album released by American heavy metal band Manilla Road in 2002. Around half of the album was originally recorded in 1981, and was intended to be the band's second album. The results were judged unsatisfactory by the band and so was scrapped in favor of writing the album Metal. With half of the scrapped songs existing for 20 years as a bootleg called Dreams of Eschaton, Monster Records cleaned up the master tapes and released the project under the name Mark of the Beast with additional unreleased early tracks. The cover is taken from a drawing by Jim Fitzpatrick.
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