On the sunset eve of the sixties, as flower power was wilting and the winds of change blew a cold breeze over Altamont, Coven struck the first chords of major label satanic rock. Instantly infamous for being the first to use the words "Ave Sathanas" on a record, Coven was boycotted. Not only this but their debut album from 1969 kicks off with a song called 'Black Sabbath.' The bass player's name was Oz Osborne, who can be seen on the albums back cover making the first documented sign of the horns. Now the magick of Coven is coming together in a large 72-page hardcover book (30x30cm, golden hotfoil embossment) with never before seen photo material and containing Coven's entire discogprahy and exclusive bonus material on 5 CDs. The book offers extensive commentary and liner notes from Jinx and a preface by Rune Anger. Of these grandiose plots, Jinx says: "We are enthralled to be wickedly embracing Prophecy Productions as our blasphemous cohorts. This box set will be a tribute to 50 years of sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll and, of course, demon worship."