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2008 release from the Norwegian Metal outfit led by the much-feared and highly respected Satyr. Largely written in a remote cabin deep in the Norwegian woods by Satyr in collaboration with his old friend Snorre Ruch (of Thornsl), it features eight of the heaviest songs in Satyricon's history. From the unstoppable urgency that marks 'Black Crow on a Tombstone' to the epic frenzy of 'Die By My Hand' and the bleak nihilism of 'Den Siste' - each title demands the utmost sonic intensity. This is Metal music in it's most mature form - not as simple escapism or a form of anger management, but as a profound experience of what it's like to live in the increasingly dark age ours has become. Roadrunner.
2008 release from the Norwegian Metal outfit led by the much-feared and highly respected Satyr. Largely written in a remote cabin deep in the Norwegian woods by Satyr in collaboration with his old friend Snorre Ruch (of Thornsl), it features eight of the heaviest songs in Satyricon's history. From the unstoppable urgency that marks 'Black Crow on a Tombstone' to the epic frenzy of 'Die By My Hand' and the bleak nihilism of 'Den Siste' - each title demands the utmost sonic intensity. This is Metal music in it's most mature form - not as simple escapism or a form of anger management, but as a profound experience of what it's like to live in the increasingly dark age ours has become. Roadrunner.
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Format: CD
Label: ROADRUNNER UK
Catalog: 1431536
Rel. Date: 11/11/2008
UPC: 016861789329

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Artist: Satyricon
Format: CD
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2008 release from the Norwegian Metal outfit led by the much-feared and highly respected Satyr. Largely written in a remote cabin deep in the Norwegian woods by Satyr in collaboration with his old friend Snorre Ruch (of Thornsl), it features eight of the heaviest songs in Satyricon's history. From the unstoppable urgency that marks 'Black Crow on a Tombstone' to the epic frenzy of 'Die By My Hand' and the bleak nihilism of 'Den Siste' - each title demands the utmost sonic intensity. This is Metal music in it's most mature form - not as simple escapism or a form of anger management, but as a profound experience of what it's like to live in the increasingly dark age ours has become. Roadrunner.
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