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List of albums by Notre Dame, including album cover photos.

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List of top 10 songs by Notre Dame.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Fight Song -
Vlad The Impaler 1997 -
Sisterhood 1997 -
Dusk 1999 -
The Bells Of Notre Dame 1997 -
Bouffoon Bloody Bouffoon 1999 -
Le Théâtre Du Vampire 1999 -
Sabbat 1999 -
Daughter Of Darkness 1997 -
A Sleighride Through Transylvanian Winterland 1999 -
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)

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Genre
Black Metal
Gothic metal
Electro
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Origin
Sweden
Year(s) Active
1997–2004
Labels
Osmose Productions
Steamhammer
SPV GmbH
White Trash Records

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Notre Dame was a Swedish metal band formed in 1997 and disbanded in 2004. Members included Snowy Shaw and Vampirella (vocals) and Jean-Pierre de Sade (guitar and bass) and Mannequin de Sade (drums) two brothers who claimed to be descendants of legendary revolutionary writer Marquis de Sade. The band mixed black metal with elements of electro, horror, gothic and orchestral themes.

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