Marduk - World Funeral

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Release date: 2003
Style: Black metal


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01. With Satan And Victorious Weapons
02. Bleached Bones
03. Cloven Hoof
04. World Funeral
05. To The Deaths Head True
06. Castrum Doloris
07. Hearse
08. Night Of The Long Knives
09. Bloodletting
10. Blessed Unholy
11. Blackcrowned

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Those Scandinavian black metal innovators Marduk is back with another hate filled slab of destruction and mayhem after a two-year absence. Having been founded by guitarist Morgan Steinmeyer Hakansson in 1990, Marduk have been relentless in their pursuit of all things unholy, and have influenced the scene in return with quality release ever since. While 1999's Panzer Division Marduk is seen as Marduk's groundbreaking and best release in the past, there's no denying that the releases that followed since have been every bit as worthy. Marduk's last release, 2001's La Grande Danse Macabre may have slowed down the pace somewhat, but it still retained all the trademark evil that makes up the classic Marduk sound. 2001's retrospective box set Blackcrowned tided fans over, but it's their new album that fans have been waiting impatiently for.

published 08.01.2004 | Comments (2)

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