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on November 4, 2015
Immortal's 1992 debut isn't one of the most famous albums the band has released, as they changed into different sounds a few CD's later, but to this day it remains one of their best. I was never the hugest fan of Immortal, but this CD always stuck with me because it sounds like a fusion of the Viking/Pagan spirit of Bathory that would go on to birth black metal, with a touch of death metal and even some thrash. It's a primitive version of black metal, before the genre really took off and became what it is today, but it's hard to think of many other albums that really sound like this. I would say this is essential for any black metal fan.
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on August 12, 2014
When I first heard their songs, I thought they must be using a lot of instruments to create the sound like that.
I watched their live and they were only 3 members!
What a talented people!
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on January 14, 2007
When you hear this early Immortal for the first time, you can hear what was to come in the future. As with all Immortal, this release doesn't have one bad song on it. The sound on this one isn't as killer as the later albums, but don't think it's so bad that you listen to it and can't make out anything in the songs. The logo Immortal had in the beginning was better also, and I think the cover of this one was just plain evil looking. No artwork, but Immortal look like they were in the middle of a dark forest near some gothic looking structure right out of a horror movie set in Transylvania. Important for diehard fans to have and also anyone who wants to hear what this great band sounded like in the beginning.
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on February 8, 2014
The 2nd disc by Immortal (1992): Amazing. Plenty of Black Metal surely to be inspiring to any Black Metal fan old and new. I bought this by the awesome cover and this went beyond awesome. This disc is totally bad ass. If you're looking to buy some black metal to add to your collection or 1st time buying I highly recommend this disc to those who love black metal.
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on February 1, 2015
Excellent first album by these pioneers of Norwegian black metal. The record features less of the cold production that would become an iconic staple on many of their subsequent releases (the most notable being sophomore effort "Pure Holocaust" and its searing opus of a follow up "Battles in the North"), but it is still a formidable and essential work. This record, along with releases by Burzum, Darkthrone, and Mayhem, helped create the blueprints for Norwegian black metal as we know it. Amazing, haunting music, highly recommended.
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on December 29, 2016
The CD condition was just like they said it would be and it played as if it were new. The album itself is a must have for any Black Metal fan in my opinion. I highly recommend purchasing this.
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