Satyricon - Rebel Extravaganza


8.1 | 247 votes |
Release date: 6 September 1999
Style: Black metal

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01. Tied In Bronze Chains
02. Filthgrinder
03. Rapsody In Filth
04. Havoc Vulture
05. Prime Evil Renaissance
06. Supersonic Journey
07. End Of Journey
08. A Moment Of Clarity
09. Down South, Up North
10. The Scorn Torrent

Additional info
Moonfog Productions/Nuclear Blast

Staff review by
Sephiroth
Rating:
10
Rebel Extravaganza: everything is in the title.
Black Metal is rebellion, and there is no 'sradition? and no fixed ways in a rebellion: Satyr knows and understand it well and he chooses a path, since the beginning of his career, of continuous evolution and breaking of values.
The album opens with some airstirke sirens and explosions, than a main slow guitar riff, than the explosion of sounds: Frost's drumming has never been so precise, fast and cold, and together with Satyr's filtered screaming and the clean sounding -yet raw- guitars it gives to everything a sterile, spacy and ?futuristic? mood.

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published 04.10.2003 | Comments (5)

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30.01.2012 - 15:39
musicalkaratekid
As much as i love satyricon, i jst can't stand this album at all. Riffs sounding the same, no variation at all, and Satyr's vocals -what the fuck happened to them on here? Well, at least 'Volcano' isn't as bad...
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27.06.2014 - 02:58
Mr. Doctor
Skandino
If I could vote with 0.5s... I'd probably give it something closer to a 6,5. but some songs have some pretty sweet and dissonant riffs. Some of the industrial and other outside influences are welcome too. The main problem is that it's too long for its own good. If this album was like 20 minutes shorter it would have been way tighter and better.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
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