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Twilight of the Gods
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Category: Viking Metal
Label: Black Mark Production
Catalog Number: BMCD 666-6
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Quorthon vocals, guitars|
|1. ||Twilight of the Gods ||14.02:|
|2. ||Through Blood by Thunder ||6.15:|
|3. ||Blood and Iron ||10.25:|
|4. ||Under the Runes ||5.59:|
|5. ||To Enter Your Mountain ||7.37:|
|6. ||Bond of Blood ||7.35:|
|7. ||Hammerheart ||4.57:|
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|Total Running Time:|| 55:18|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: April 25, 2001 at 23:32|
|This is the album i was waiting for from Bathory..it is my absolute favourite from Quothorn. Hammerheart lead up to it, but they have since never topped it.Symphonic Viking Metal at its best!
||Date: May 25, 2002 at 9:44|
|Once apone a time this group sang "Satanic" themes and possessed a Venom-esque sound, but not no more... Their singer "Quorthon" clearly went through a very personal odyssey some years ago. He began to re-discover the pagen heritage of his ancestral homeland, and it must have been a fairly shattering revelation as BATHORY has never been the same since.Together with the previous 2 releases "Hammerheart" and "Blood Fire Death, Twilight Of The Gods" fills the last spot of an incredible trilogy.
||Date: May 25, 2002 at 10:01|
|BATHORY'S sound is more akin to 19th Century romantic opera than any modern style. While the Wagnerian choruses of the last LP "Hammerheart", have here been transformed into hymn-like primeval chants. BATHORY'S adaptation of a 1914 classical piece by Gustav Holst, now coupled with stirring Odinist lyrics, the result, a "Heathen Anthem" for the northen European people of the 1990's. Anyone of this heritage who has shed the shackles of Christianity could hardly resist the power of this album!
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