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Borknagar

Empiricism

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Category: Black Metal

Year: 2001

Label: Century Media

Catalog Number: CD 8099-2

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Borknagar Empiricism Album Cover

Personnel
Oystein G. Brun guitar
Vintersorg vocals
Lars A. Nedland synthesizers
Asgeir Mickelson drums
Jens F. Ryland guitar
Tyr bass
Tracks
1.  The Genuine Pulse  4:51
2.  Gods of My World  4:26
3.  The Black Canvas  5:18
4.  Matter and Motion  2:30
5.  Soul Sphere  6:41
6.  Inherit the Earth  5:29
7.  The Stellar Dome  5:36
8.  Four Element Synchronicity  5:51
9.  Liberated  4:51
10.  The View of Everlast  4:29
  
Total Running Time:  50:02

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Existing comments about this CD

From: FreekyP Date: November 22, 2001 at 9:44
Borknagar was added elements from other brands of metal on this disc to awesome effect. Anyone who says that Vintersorg does not add a new dimension to this band has their head waaaaay up their butt. Without sacrificing the heaviness that made Borknagar the band they are today, they have added melodic elements that further cement them as a top name in black metal. Long live Borknagar !!!

From: zombiero Date: March 13, 2002 at 11:13
I really was not a big fan of there old albums but now after hearing their new album i was stunned at the guitars and the vocals. they have really improved on this album. the most outstanding album i own

From: shawn lindsey Date: July 11, 2003 at 15:03
this is one fine album indeed.as if borknagar wasnt already good enough, they add the vokills of the great vintersorg on this one.....and may i say it completes them. this band is so good, id dare anyone out there to compete with them. hands down, this is purely classic. all of thier works are truly stunning, and this one proves that they are without doubt, the top name in black metal

From: Dani Filth Date: March 12, 2005 at 10:51
fuck me, i thought i had heard the best black metal had to offer when i discovered Dimmu Borgir in '95. Borknagar are one of the best melodic black metal groups i have ever heard, however they do'nt compete with the sheer fucking brilliance of Cradle of Filth. some cool Borknagar tracks- God of my World, Liberated, and the Traveller (album Epic, look it up, it's insane).

From: Snake Date: August 1, 2005 at 8:26
yeh not bad but definitly in the same class as late dimmu and all cradle, Vints vox are decent but definitly not on par with Arcturus or Emperor, matter of taste i guess


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