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Release date: 18 September 2006
Style: Industrial metal, Black metal

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7.7 | 52 votes

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01. Chapter I
02. Chapter II
03. Chapter III
04. Chapter IV
05. Chapter V
06. Chapter VI
07. Chapter VII
08. Chapter VIII

Review


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M.o.R.T. = French word for Death

Guest review by
!J.O.O.E.!

Rating:
9.0
If there was ever a more polarising album I've yet to hear it. There's no "it's not bad" or "it's pretty good," only abject disdain and unparalleled adoration. I may be overstating it somewhat but the case with Blut Aus Nord's most experimental release to date is that it flies so flagrantly in the face of convention you either get it or you don't. Perhaps the biggest reason for this is because there really is no precedent with MoRT. Is it black metal? Is it industrial? It may be both. Then again it may be neither. But then that's part of its ambivalent beauty.

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published 23.05.2010 | Comments (14)

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InnerSelf - 01.12.2011 at 18:41  
Rating: 9 Yep this is great really challenging and overwhelming in an oppressive way. I don't see myself listening to it all of the time but when I do it is rewarding
!J.O.O.E.! - 07.08.2012 at 19:47  
Rating: 10 This album really is like a fine wine; it get's better with age:

mz - 26.01.2013 at 10:58  
Rating: 9 This is really a great album. I hope that they come back on their style in MoRT some day.
mz - 29.06.2013 at 23:33  
Rating: 9 Really gets better with each spin. Btw,I think I've read an interview with Vindsval about MoRT that he stated this album is exclusively recorded by himself and no other band member was involved because MoRT has personal value/meaning for him and he couldn't let any body else to have influence on it. Am I right?
Lit. - 12.12.2013 at 07:56  
  If it's an album that gets better with more spins, I'll never know cause it bored me enough that I don't want to touch it again. The Work Which Transforms God is miles beyond this.
!J.O.O.E.! - 12.12.2013 at 19:24  
Rating: 10
Written by Lit. on 12.12.2013 at 07:56

If it's an album that gets better with more spins, I'll never know cause it bored me enough that I don't want to touch it again. The Work Which Transforms God is miles beyond this.

I've long since become so familiar with TWWTG that listening to it gives me very little aside from a few of the tracks. MoRT however is still as fresh and challenging as the day it first came out. MoRT is definitely the most pure representation of the band, and it's most accomplished release for me.
!J.O.O.E.! - 10.02.2014 at 22:22  
Rating: 10 I find it quite worrying that the MS user called M.o.R.T. gave this album 6/10.
Demerzel - 10.02.2014 at 22:34  
Rating: 9 Maybe he's just a huge Pratchett fan? Although it doesn't make sense considering the capitalization he used.

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