Under The Yew Possessed
Label: Piski Disk RecordsBack: "Recorded between sept. 1992 and may 1993. Made in England"
According to an interview with Rose McDowall in the magazine "Dagobert's Revenge" (1999 #2), the silent tracks (10-12) are three hidden magical incantations.
The frame of runes on the cover seems to come from the eddic-meter poem Fjölsvinnsmál: "Yggdrasil it is called but few men know from what roots it springs".
Durations are not listed on the release.
The final track has been confirmed by the vinyl release to be "Under The Yew Possessed".