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Mardraum: Beyond the Within


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  • Audio CD (January 13, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Season of Mist
  • ASIN: B001KK6R6A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #261,440 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Større Enn Tid - Tyngre Enn Natt [Larger Than Time - Heavier Than Night
2. Deadhymn/ Dandnigekvida
3. Entrance - Escape [Inngang - Flukt]
4. Ormgaard [The Hive]
5. Æges Draum [Aege's Dream]
6. Mardraum [Nightmare]
7. Det Endelege Riket [The Ending Empire]
8. Ormgard II - Kvalt I Kysk Høgsong [The Hive II - Strangled by Purity]
9. Krigaren Eg Ikkje Kjende [Warrior Unknown]
10. Stjerneheimen [Starhome]
11. Frøyas Smykke [Freya's Necklace]

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The clean vocals here and there add a very nice touch.
Derek Andrews
If you enjoy extreme viking metal you should try the band VIKING CROWN , another great and VERY brutal ''viking'' act.
Destructhor
Granted, some of them don't exactly translate all that well, but a great gesture nonetheless.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Derek Andrews on June 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The first mp3 I ever downloaded of Enslaved was "Storre enn Tid - Tyngre enn Natt" and not til I went to Portugal and browsed the cds there did I realize it was on Mardraum. I promptly bought the cd. (along with eight others I couldn't find in america either) This album is amazing!
Lots of death metal is too chaotic and has no harmonic resolution or melody whatsoever. Enslaved pulls off harmonic resolution and catchy riffs in spades. They prove that sheer, unmerciful agression is possible and still have catchy, well constructed riffs. The vocalist sings passionately. Storre enn Tid - Tyngre enn Natt (Larger than Time Heavier than Night) gives me goosebumps when he sings in there. The clean vocals here and there add a very nice touch. And I don't even know Norwegian. The lyrics are also printed in english and they are quite powerful too. (its interesting to know the meaning of the song and then listen to it again...) Really powerful stuff...a must own for any true metal head.
Bottom line: masterpiece.
-Zom
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Holmes on October 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Enslaved's musical output never has failed to excite me. their first album Frost, was a great slab of blasting cold metal with a cool raw feel to it. Eld followed it up with an epic force that set the stage for the onslaught of the third record: the violent Blodhemn. now, with Mardraum -Beyond The Within-, the next stage has begun.

the term "Viking Metal" has been long tagged with Enslaved; and for good reason. they seemed to wear that label proudly; listing it boldy on the inside cover of their first album, and going so far as to don the actual Viking garb in their photos and stage show. imagine how that must have been playing music this fast and technically demanding while wearing a steel mesh body suit and an iron helmet! and what's so amazing about it, is that it's not just art for art's sake, but for the real historical value and cultural signifigance. that's one of the things that makes this band so alluring and fascinating to me...besides the fact that there music is undoubtably some of the finest and most challenging metal being made by any band these days.

Mardraum signals the beginning of some changes in the Enslaved sound. some kind of strange mystical force is brewing in these songs. where as before, the emphasis was on historical battles in the physical world, this record seems to turn it's focus a bit more on the magickal struggle. it's still every bit as fast and violent as their previous blood-soaked set of anthems, but this time around, Enslaved has prepared some new twists to their musical formula.

the opening song "Larger Than Time - Heavier Than Night" (what a great song title!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Destructhor on January 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Hmmm at first this cd could be a strange one 'cause it has some experimental elements but with time you'll realize that it doesn'e affect the music anyway, it's still Enslaved with great clean vocals and lots of HEAVY guitar riffs. some werdness at times mas overall it's just genious brutallity, Enslaved has done the work pretty much well this time, it's not all that viking as ELD and FROST but it's stil has the feeling of it, great lirycs and everything.If you enjoy extreme viking metal you should try the band VIKING CROWN , another great and VERY brutal ''viking'' act.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Muzic Nerd on May 28, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Enslaved has never been on the forefront of the black metal explosion of the late 80's/early 90's since the day they began. Maybe it's due to being second on the split EP with Emperor, but then again that didn't hurt Mayhem on their bootleg split with Morbid. Maybe it's because they've stayed away from the whole Satanic schtick (and yes, I do believe it was and still is more of a schtick than anything), but again, Mayhem never truly sang about Satan either (think about it, Deathcrush was basically gore metal, De Mysteriis was about mythology and history, Grand Declaration was about the mind....weird, huh?) Anyway, whatever it may be, Enslaved has never quite recieved the acclaim that their war brothers in black have, and that doesn't sit right with me at all. Take Mardraum, their newest and best produced release to date. All previous efforts have possessed the standard elements of "Viking metal": blazing drums, the occasional accoustic passage, vocals that alternate between tortured shrieks and gothic chanting, and an overall feel that makes one nostalgic for the olden times in Scandanavia. All those elements are presented in Mardraum, but with a different style, a panache if you will, akin to early Darkthroneish death metal. This is one HEAVY album, something that is hard to find in black metal, which normally consists of speed over heaviness. The typical late 90's experimentations are present, but they are pulled off very well, without jeopardizing the blackness of the music. All in all, this is a great buy that I highly recommend. (P.S.- Squeedelyspooch.)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This has been my first chance to hear Enslaved, though I am familiar with many of their contemporaries. It seems that idealogically speaking, Enslaved has followed a similar path to that of Bathory/Quorthon, starting our Satanic and evil before getting into the heathenism of their Norse forefathers.
In any event, it's nice to hear a band reared in the Black Metal movement that's not afraid to invoke some more traditional Heavy Metal elements, such as the Sabbath-like grind that pops up in track 3, "Entrance-Escape." The most surprising moment is when track 7, "Det endelege riket," busts into an almost countryish interlude (I swear), and it doesn't sound the least bit awkward.
Check this out if you like Black Metal, but are open to other types of music as well.
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