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Urd (Deluxe Edition)
Urd is the ninth studio album by Norwegian metal band Borknagar. Released on March 26, 2012, it is the first album to feature Simen "ICS Vortex" Hestnæs and Andreas "Vintersorg" Hedlund sharing lead vocals. It is also the final album with drummer David Kinkade, who joined Soulfly after recording sessions were completed and subsequently retired from music.
Death's Design is Blakkheim's fourth and final album, released under the moniker of Diabolical Masquerade and his most experimental. The album is broken up into 20 movements, the shortest of which is just 6 seconds long. Also the album seems to be without genre, changing directions many times. According to the last update of Blakkheim's website it was to be an original motion picture soundtrack to a movie that was never made but that turned out to be a prank on everyone by Blakkheim. The European version features 61 tracks while the US release has 36, both have a similar length.
In the Nightside Eclipse
In the Nightside Eclipse is the first studio album and fourth official release by Norwegian black metal band Emperor, released in 1994 through Candlelight Records. It was their only album to feature drummer Faust and one-time bassist Tchort. Considered a landmark in the black metal scene, the album has been ranked by critics as one of the most influential albums of the genre. It also contains some of Emperor's best known tracks, "I Am the Black Wizards" and "Inno a Satana".
When it comes to Scandinavian extreme metal, the general consensus is that Sweden has produced the best death metal, while Norway holds the advantage in the black metal sweepstakes (Denmark and Finland bring up the rear with a few excellent examples in both camps). Of course no one bothered to alert the guys in Naglfar to this stereotype, and the Swedes have thus gone about their business of recording a string of accomplished and "true" black metal releases, such as 2005's Pariah -- their fourth long-player. With the departure of founding vocalist Jens Rydén following 2003's Sheol, this album saw bassist Kristoffer Olivius stepping forward to take over the role of frontman, handling a loss that may have proved fatal to most other bands with what appears to be surprising ease. Indeed, so similar are both men's infernal shrieking that one can hardly tell the difference. Musically, one can't really tell much difference and what preceded it, either, as shockingly profane lyrics and especially blastbeat-driven hyper-speeds remain, far and away, the most prominent weapon in Naglfar's misanthropic arsenal. However, the band is astute enough to know when to alternate these with slower riffs and nefarious melodies, thereby lending standout cuts like "The Murder Manifesto," "None Shall Be Spared," and "Carnal Scorn & Spiritual Malice" with critical doses of variety. Additional points of interest include the sweetly tuneful guitar harmonies coming out of nowhere during "And the World Shall Be Your Grave," the sudden quiet and tentative electronics used midway through "A Swarm of Plagues," and the also cautious use of background symphonic effects (something Naglfar, unlike so many black metal bands, has previously been loathe to mess with) on "The Perpetual Horrors." All told, these various devices in no way reinvent the wheel, nor do they result in any new classics of the genre, but Naglfar are nevertheless pros at executing them. They also know enough not to overstay their welcome, returning to their dark catacombs just in time to leave the listener wanting a little more. Heck -- not bad for a bunch of black metal-playing Swedes! [A Japanese version added a bonus track.]
Serpent's Embrace is the fourth studio album by the German symphonic black metal band Agathodaimon. It was released 24 August 2004 through Nuclear Blast records. In 2009 Metal Mind Productions reissued the album as a remastered digipak edition. The reissue is limited to numerated 2000 copies and was digitally remastered using 24-Bit process on golden disc.
The album had a more progressive style compared to previous albums. Allmusic described the album as one that "does not play by pre-established black metal rules" and a "genre-busting" LP.
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