Infernus – founding member and guitarist of Gorgoroth – began work on this album in October 2006 and was first reported writing it when he was released on parole from prison in March 2007. However, the latter stages of the songwriting and much of the recording process would be overshadowed – at least as far as public attention was concerned – by the Gorgoroth name dispute which began in October 2007. Within two weeks of the ignition of the dispute, the album title was revealed to the public.
This album marks the return of Pest on vocals, as well as the debut of Tomas Asklund (ex-Infernal, ex-Dissection, ex-Dark Funeral) on drums and Bøddel (the pseudonym of Frank Watkins, Obituary) on bass.
Infernus cited the ecclesiastical writer Adam of Bremen as the inspiration of the album's title, parodying his maxim Quantos Possunt ad Christianitatem Trahunt.
- "Aneuthanasia" - 2:19
- "Prayer" - 3:33
- "Rebirth" - 6:34
- "Building a Man" - 3:23
- "New Breed" - 5:29
- "Cleansing Fire" - 3:13
- "Human Sacrifice" - 3:46
- "Satan-Prometheus" - 5:37
- "Introibo ad Alatare Satanas" - 0:53