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Passage is the fourth album by Swiss industrial metal band Samael, released on 19 August 1996 through Century Media.
On this album, the band opted for more intensive use of keyboards and industrial sounds, drifting from their black metal roots and progressing in a different direction. Lyrically the band abandoned satanic themes and veered more towards the occult and the cosmic.
While it differs from its predecessors, Passage can be credited for thrusting Samael from the underground scene and giving the band a much larger international audience.
The album was originally recorded with a 17-song track list but was later cut down to 11. The remaining songs can be found on the album Exodus. A second edition was later offered containing 10 classical piano compositions from the album on a second disk.
In 2007, a remastered, re-packaged, special edition was released containing the album's original 17 song track list.
Over a decade after its original release is still considered by many to be a pillar in the black/industrial metal genre.
A video for "Jupiterian Vibe" received regular airplay on MTV's Headbangers Ball.
Solfernus' Path is the sixth album by the Polish symphonic black metal band Darzamat, released on August 28, 2009. It was recorded at several studios in Poland. The drums and guitars were recorded at HH Poland Studio in Gliwice, while the vocals were tracked at Maq Studio. The keyboard parts were recorded at Spectre's home studio. The album was produced by Jonas Kjellgren and featured a guest appearance by Andy LaRocque who played the guitar solo for the song King of Burning Anthems. La Rocque recorded his part in his own Sonic Train Studios in Varberg. They met when La Rocque produced their previous album Transkarpatia.
On the events of the Polish band's camp, the band's vocalist Nera comments:
Песни белой лилии
Minas Morgul is the second full-length album by the Austrian black metal band Summoning. The band and many of their fans consider this album to be their debut album as it developed the "Summoning-sound" and brought the band to a larger audience.
Extinct (Deluxe Version)
Extinct is the tenth full-length album by the Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released on March 6, 2015, in several versions with a different cover for each.
The album was recorded at Fascination Street Studios, and was produced and mixed by Jens Bogren. The cover artwork was designed by Seth Siro Anton. It includes a guest bozuoukitara performance by Yossi Sassi on the track "Medusalem". Also, on that same track, before the guitar solo starts, another guest artist, Mahafsoun, narrates the chorus in the Persian language.
Blot is the fourth full-length album by the Norwegian black/Viking metal band Einherjer. It was released on 21 November 2003 by Tabu Recordings.
Urkraft is the third album by Swedish viking metal band Thyrfing. It was released in 2000.
On some editions of the album, there is a bonus cover of "Over the Hills and Far Away" by rock artist Gary Moore.
The Best Of
Theogonia is the ninth full-length album by Greek extreme metal band Rotting Christ. It is their first release through Season of Mist, and the first to feature guitarist Giorgos Bokos in the line-up.
The album includes a special edition DVD with 2005–2006 tour footage of the band in Italy, Russia, and Brazil; a "making of" documentary; and a music video for the song "Keravnos Kivernitos". A music video was also made for the song "Enuma Elish".
In 2007, Theogonia won the Metal Storm award for Best Black Metal Album.
Amanethes is the ninth studio album by Swedish gothic metal band Tiamat. It was released on May 2, 2008. The album was more positively received than Tiamat's previous releases, in part because of its return to their earlier metal sound in a few songs, while keeping the gothic rock in other songs.
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.
Animatronic is the third studio album by the Norwegian industrial metal band, The Kovenant, and was released in 1999 through Nuclear Blast.
Goi, Rode, Goi!
Goi, Rode, Goi! is the fifth full-length album by the Russian pagan metal band Arkona. It was released on October 28, 2009 through Napalm Records. "Goy, Rode, Goy!" means "Hail, Rod, Hail!". Rod is the Slavic Great God, Father of
The album has a large cast of guest vocalists and musicians, most notably on the track "Na Moyey Zemle" which features vocalists from Månegarm of Sweden, Obtest of Lithuania, Menhir of Germany, Skyforger of Latvia, and Heidevolk of the Netherlands. Each sings in their native language, playing the role of warriors from that region describing their homeland to a traveler.
The album is one of the band's few releases on limited edition double-LP, released in a hand-numbered edition of 500. The album is packaged in a gatefold with plain white inner sleeves and pressed in Germany. The album reverses the order of two songs "Pritcha" and "Na Moey Zemle" in comparison to the CD version, leaving four songs to each side of a record except for side B which has only the two.
Veronica Decides to Die
Veronika Decides to Die is the third full-length album released by the band Saturnus through Firebox Records. It was released on the 3rd of May, 2006. The album is named after Paulo Coelho's book of the same name.
Like Gods Of The Sun
My Dying Bride
Like Gods of the Sun is the fourth album by My Dying Bride released in 1996, and the last album by the band to feature Rick Miah, who left the band in 1997, on drums and Martin Powell on keyboards and violins.
Like its predecessor The Angel and the Dark River this album has completely clean vocals.
A video was filmed for "For You" and appears on the VHS and DVD of For Darkest Eyes.
Singer Aaron Stainthorpe has stated many times that this is his favorite MDB album. The track "A Kiss To Remember" has become a regular in the band's live setlist.
The song "For My Fallen Angel" has an extract from a poem called Venus and Adonis by the English poet and playwright William Shakespeare.
The Japanese and limited digipak editions of the album feature the bonus remix "It Will Come". This track was included on the 2003 reissue of the album alongside an additional remix of the song "Grace Unhearing", credited as "Portishell Mix". The song was thus named as Stainthorpe was at the time a big fan of the British band Portishead. The band would later perform a cover of the Portishead song "Roads" for the Peaceville Records anniversary compilation "Peaceville X".
The Deathship Has a New Captain (Deluxe Edition)
The Vision Bleak
The Deathship Has a New Captain is the debut studio album by German gothic metal band The Vision Bleak, released on 23 February 2004 through Prophecy Productions. The album counts with a guest appearance by Dame Pandora of Dark Sanctuary fame providing additional vocals.
Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays
Where at Night the Wood Grouse Plays is the third album by the German symphonic folk/doom metal band Empyrium.
With Vilest Of Worms To Dwell
With Vilest of Worms to Dwell is the second studio album by Austrian symphonic death metal band Hollenthon, released by Napalm Records in 2001.
Till fjälls is the first full-length album by Swedish folk metal band Vintersorg. Stylistically this continued in the same musical vein as the previous album, Hedniskhjärtad, with black metal-style riffs, harsh vocals and blast beats interspersed with folk melodies, acoustics, and atmospherics.
In Your Blood
In Your Blood is Cadaveria's third full-length album, and was released May 21, 2007 worldwide by Season of Mist. The United States and Canada release date was a day later, on May 22, 2007.
In Abhorrence Dementia
In Abhorrence Dementia is the second studio album by the Norwegian symphonic black metal band Limbonic Art released in 1997 through Nocturnal Art Productions.
King of the Distant Forest
King of the Distant Forest is the second studio album by the Swedish Viking metal band Mithotyn. Initially released on Invasion Records in 1998 and in the United States through Death Records featuring 11 songs and a purple cover. The album was re-issued later that year on the same label with different artwork in a digipak. The cover was based on the original purple cover, only with more details and in color. This also included five bonus tracks. Four of these were featured on the band's earlier demo, Meadow in Silence. A Japanese release through Soundholic featured three of those bonus tracks
OK Nefna Tysvar Ty
Ok nefna tysvar Ty is the third studio album by the German Viking metal band Falkenbach. The digipak version comes in a cover embossed in black and gold, and contains an Internet link to the Edda lines sung in "Donar's Oak". The album was re-released by Hammerheart Records in 2011 on 12" vinyl. Limited to 100 copies on clear vinyl and 400 copies on gold vinyl.
Werk 80 is the fifth full-length album by German industrial gothic metal band Atrocity and was released in 1997. It's the band's first full-length album with cover versions of popular 1980s songs. Atrocity released a sequel, Werk 80 II, in 2008.
Shape of Despair
Monotony Fields is the fourth studio album by Finnish funeral doom metal band Shape of Despair, released on June 15, 2015 by Season of Mist as CD digipak and LP. It is the first album to feature Henri Koivula on lead vocals. The song "Written in My Scars" was first released on the EP Written in My Scars, but was re-recorded for this album.
And All Was Silent
Tears Of Mortal Solitude
Tears of Mortal Solitude is the first full-length album by the Russian symphonic black / doom / Gothic metal band Forest Stream. It was released on January 27, 2003 through Earache Records.
Hamartia is the tenth studio album by American extreme metal band Novembers Doom. The album was released on April 14, 2017 via The End Records. It marks the first time in the band's existence to have the same line up on two consecutive albums. Hamartia, in literature, is the flaw in character which leads to the downfall of the protagonist in a tragedy, particularly in ancient Greek ones.
On Thorns I Lay
Demonized is the fifth album by the Greek black metal band Astarte. Just like its predecessor Sirens, Demonized was recorded in hometown Athens, Greece and mixed at the renowned TicoTico Studio’s in Finland. The band also managed to invite some very renowned guest-musicians once again to play on their album.
Folk-Lore is the third studio album by the Irish Celtic metal band Cruachan released in 2002 on Hammerheart Records.
Hin Vordende Sod & Sø
Hin Vordende Sod & Sø is the first full-length album by the Norwegian viking/folk metal band Ásmegin. It was released on August 25, 2003 by Napalm Records. Album lyrics are written in Norwegian, Old Norse, and older Norwegian.
Älvefärd + Sagovindars Boning
The Slaughter of Innocence, A Requiem for the Mighty
The Slaughter of Innocence, a Requiem for the Mighty is the debut full-length album by British band Hecate Enthroned. It was released 21 October 1997, via Blackend Records, and was also their last release to feature Paul Massey on bass and Marc on guitars, and their first to feature long-time drummer Robert Kendrick.
New Obscurantis Order
Trollskau, Skrømt og Kølabrenning
Sketch of Supposed Murderer
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.
The Other Side
The Other Side is a studio release by black metal band Alastis. It was released in 1997 on Century Media.
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