|1||Kuolema Kaikille (Paitsi Meille)|
|2||The Oath Of The Goat|
|4||Let's Fucking Die|
|5||Blood Is Thicker Than Water|
|7||Silent And Violent Type|
|9||Execute Tapeworm Extermination|
|10||Dystopia A. S.|
|13||1999: Karmakeddon Warriors|
|15||Hostis Humani Generis|
|20||Intro - SFP|
|22||Total War - Winter War|
|23||The Day Of Reckoning|
|26||Flaming Sword of Satan|
|28||Pathological Hunger for Violence|
|29||Tentacles Of The Octagon|
|31||Reflect On This|
|36||Cult Of The Goat|
|40||Quasb The Burning|
|42||Vigorous and Liberating Death|
Impaled Nazarene is a Finnish black metal band that incorporates elements of grindcore in their sound and punk rock in their aesthetics. The band is currently signed to Osmose Productions of France.
When asked about the origin of their name, Mika Luttinen stated in an interview that he had read a pamphlet about Christ appearing to be a vampire. He got to thinking about how impaling a vampire is one of the only ways to kill them, and thus, thought of the name "Impaled Nazarene".
The band was infamous for seeming to hate the Norwegian black metal scene back in the early 1990s however the band now seems to disassociate with such hatred. It has been ascertained that the origin of such "hate" was the fact that singer Mika Luttinen had been subjected to telephonic pranks by members of fellow Finnish metallers Beherit, which he interpreted as "attacks" from members of the Norwegian black metal scene. They also stopped wearing corpse paint in the mid 1990s due to it being "too trendy".