Nargaroth - Herbstleyd

7.9 | 49 votes |
Release date: 12 June 1999
Style: Black metal


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01. Introduction - Herbstleyd
02. Karmageddon
03. Nargaroth
04. Des Alten Kriegers Seelenruh
05. Amarok - Zorn Des Lammes
06. Das Schwarze Gemälde
07. Vom Traum, Die Menschheit Zu Töten - Outroduction

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The black metal scene might be one of the strongest in the metal music industry these days. Yup, that's definitely true. The music is still alive and kicking, a lot of bands innovating and many great albums. However, a lot of these albums don't have the black metal essence. The anger and the rage, the pure misanthropy that propelled Euronymous into notoriety, the fire burning in a viking's heart. We do miss these emotions, don't we? Let's end this nostalgia and go back in time to 1999, when a young German band called Nargaroth released their debut, Herbstleyd.

published 03.03.2012 | Comments (5)

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29.08.2012 - 16:17
Rating: 9
The whole album is great (except for spoken parts), and, I must say, that "Das Schwarze Gemälde" is the best ambient track I've ever heard. I wonder why Nargaroth is so underrated.
29.08.2012 - 16:20
Heaven Knight
Very good most of theirs works

and being underrated is not that are less likely to turn into fancy commercial crap like Burzum did...
So behold the flight of the sapphire dragon
soaring through the skies once again


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