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In 2000 Finland’s frozen grounds spat out a bunch of Norsemen who flocked together to become what is now known as one of Finland’s most renowned metal-outfits: NORTHER. Petri Lindroos (who also joined Ensiferum as lead vocalist/guitarist in 2004) and some friends had made their first attempts at walking the metal earth under the moniker Requiem back in 1996 until Kristian Ranta ... Read more in Amazon's Norther Store

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  • Audio CD (15 Mar. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Spinefarm
  • ASIN: B0001WU2IC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 405,737 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm a massive fan of Children of Bodom, theyre awesome... but I was kinda getting bored of hearing all the same songs all the time! So I started looking around for bands similar to the almighty COB. Thats when I came across Norther. The first album I heard of theirs was Mirror of Madness, which wasn't bad, there are 3 good songs on it (Blackhearted, Betrayed and the title song), but apart from that it was all pretty borin stuff, and I took them for a cheap-ass COB clone, but I took back that remark after hearing Death Unlimited. It's heavier than their previous music, and reminds me a bit of COB's Hate Crew Deathroll album, not by the actual songs but by the heavier sound.... apart from that they do sound different in many ways, so it pleased me to see that Norther have gone their own way with black/death metal, and succeeded. The title song is probably the heaviest track on the album, and probably the least melodic, but the speed and awesome powerful vocals keep it together. The Guitar solo is also excellent. Another positive side to the album is the keyboards, which sound 10 times better than what they did in "Mirror." They bring wonderful melody to their songs and work brilliantly with the guitars, very noticeable in what are my album favourites "Vain" "Hollow" "Nothing" and "Going Nowhere". Whats more is that there isn't a bad track on the album - I never have to skip tracks or cringe at all to any of the songs. The drums are also more noticeable and play a stronger part in the songs than I ever recalled them doing in the past. I would certainly say get this album. Norther have gone their own way with melodic black/death metal and improved greatly since their 2 previous albums and I can no longer call them clones of any band, but a black metal band in their own right, and I say well done to them.
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Format: Audio CD
I am a big fan of norther and was exited when i heard a new album was on the way. I wondered what it would sound like as norther have managed to change their sound on their different albums but have never lost any of the melodies and true aggresion in the music which i feel is one of their strong points. This album is alot faster and more aggresive than the other two but i feel it still contains some brilliant melodies, it is very different to dreams.... and mom as petri uses a slight voice effect which gives it that slight edge, and i feel that the playing had developed alot more as some of the solos are perfectly written and performed, the highlights on this album for me are (although all tracks are brilliant)
Deep inside
Death unlimited
A fallen star
the solo on day of redemption
Going Nowhere
although as i said before theyare all worth listening too. I fully recommend buying this album if you like melodic death metal and bands like cob, Kalmah, skyfire, dark tranquillity etc as NortheR are true kings of this genre.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Fergus on 28 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is by far Norther's best album - and still so young!
With searing guitars, awesome vocals, and excellent song-writing, this is a worthy entry into the halls of fame of European metal!
For fans of: Children Of Bodom, In Flames, Soilwork, Dark Tranquility, Orphaned Land, Finntroll
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Amazon.com: 9 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Excellent death metal 25 Sept. 2004
By BAMF - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album sounds great, especially at full blast. 'Death Unlimited' is much heavier than Norther's previous album 'Mirror of Madness'. The guitar work is much more intense this time (riffs, solos, even bass). Norther sounds like they are trying to kick some @ss on this CD. Keyboards are still around and complement the music very well to give the cool melodic feel. Although the 'Mirror of Madness' CD had some excellent songs, some sounded kinda cheesy maybe due to the production. The songwriting on 'Death Unlimitied' is much improved, although heavier. This is one of those albums that makes you want to play air guitar (nothing wrong with that).

Amazon currently sells 2 versions of this album, $19 and $50 versions. The $50 version appears to include one extra song, 'Tornado of Souls' (MegadetH cover?). Anyways, one might be able to get a cheaper deal off ebay or free through unlegal downloads. However, I had no regrets purchasing this album.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Caiman does not have this title in stock.... 5 Jan. 2007
By Zombie Fanatic - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD from these death metal kings. To all people who are looking to purchase this CD, I must tell you that Caiman does not have this in stock. I ordered it from them one month ago and still haven't received it. When I contacted them, they said it was on backorder and then the very next day, they relisted it. So, if you really want this CD, I wouldn't order it from them because you will never get it. Just a warning so as not to waste your time...
An album not to be without! 19 Oct. 2010
By Matt Stoessel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Norther released this album 7 months after what I consider their magnum opus, Mirror of Madness (an album I reviewed in September 2003). Back in those days, many bands gave us albums that sounded very much like the first 3 Children of Bodom albums, such as Norther, Skyfire, Imperanon, Mors Principium Est, and even Blood Stain Child out of Japan. I call this style "melodic death power metal" - melodic death metal bearing no resemblance whatsoever to the Gothenburg sound ala At the Gates, Dark Tranquillity, etc. but rather cleanly-produced power metal with death vocals and angry lyrics.

Norther released two albums in this "melodic death power metal" before this album. Dreams of Endless War and Mirror of Madness are two of the finest examples of this "melodic death power metal" I've ever heard. Keyboards are once again plentiful in every song (as on the first two albums), but this is the last time we hear such before the Solution 7 EP.

I love Death Unlimited. It was the last full-length album to be mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios and the first to feature the extraordinary increase in heaviness of the guitars, often to the point of sounding thrashy. In short, I have viewed this as a bridge album ever since Till Death Unites Us in 2006. Petri's vocals begin to switch from the Alexi-like scream-growls to straight-up screaming, but not without the occasional chant (which is new to this album). I strongly feel that, more so than on any other album, Norther here provides the most diverse collection of songs. I won't go in to a song-by-song review, but I will categorize the songs briefly:

single/video: 3 - Death Unlimited

very fast songs: 2 - Deep Inside; 3 - Death Unlimited; 12 - Going Nowhere

slow songs: 8 - Day of Redemption; 11 - Nothing

intros/interludes: 1 - Nightfall; 9 - Beneath

covers: 13 - Tornado of Souls (Megadeth; Japanese bonus track)

Only tracks 4-7 and Hollow are left not fitting into one of the above categories, and boy do they ever stand out! Like, for example, Stratovarius's Destiny, Norther keeps the listener guessing as to what on earth the next song will bring. Norther switches from one speed to the next at the snap of a finger. Listening to this album start-to-finish is one exciting rollercoaster ride, but don't be afraid to listen to bits and pieces or to put single songs on your iPod, either. (The title track has the second-most plays in my entire iTunes at 61 plays, and that's out of 4,810 songs. Endless War from Norther's debut is #3 at 55 plays.)

The 1-2 combo of Deep Inside and Death Unlimited show you that Norther are here to leave the inferiors crying for their mommies and the lovers wanting to thrust horns till their heart's content. But what separates this album from others is what's in between most songs' second chorus and third chorus. Norther shines above others here. In these two openers, it's simple: blazing guitar solos. But in Chasm, it's a bone-chilling low-tone piano+keyboard rhythm solo that'll give even symphonic black metal bands goosebumps. A Fallen Star ends with a minute of just keyboards. The Cure has a rather groovy chorus to complement otherwise uptempo riffs. Then there's Hollow which gets super bass heavy and resorts to death chants like those found on Children of Bodom's Hate Crew Deathroll (title track) along with those low-pitched keyboards (are you familiar with Mors Principium Est's song Into Illusion?) that show you what Norther is really (or was) all about. And then we get Going Nowhere to remind us that Norther can always just pummel us in the face with roaring speed (as if the listener could possibly forget the light-speed assault of the first two songs).

I cannot emphasize enough how much I would like to draw attention to Day of Redemption and Nothing. These songs come at the end of the album, are each 6 minutes, and are like nothing else I have heard from Norther. They are lyrically enticing in a way that demands the listener to search for past experiences so he can identify with the song (like a gothic rock/metal song might; alert to all Insomnium/Omnium Gatherum/Eternal Tears of Sorrow fans), and just when Norther's got you, you'll get the Day of Redemption 2:42 atmo-keyboard/rhythm guitar solo to let you dwindle on your past failures or a repeated riff in Nothing to remind you that you're bound to continue on the path of loss that you've been on. Day of Redemption also features a piano solo 2/3 of the way through the song. Importantly, these two songs are +very+ different from one another; I never feel like I'm hearing even close to the same song twice. My only gripe about these two songs (and possibly the whole album) is that the central riff on Nothing is heard one too many times. Then again, one could argue that its purpose is only served by being heard so many times, like the repetition we hear in Darkthrone-influenced bands or Hammerheart-inspired Viking metal.

(A friend of mine who went to Wacken 2007 saw Norther's set and I remember him saying that he was particularly amazed during the performance of their closing number, Death Unlimited. I also recall him saying that Norther performing live easily slays a performance by Children of Bodom, and he had seen bodom two or three times at that time. I've never seen Norther live, but would +love+ to.)

The Tornado of Souls cover is one of the better covers of a Megadeth song I've heard; Norther puts the famous Finnish spice into it. This album is also Norther's last last to feature a [explosive!!] title track.

This would make a great first melodic death metal album. This would make a great addition to any metal collection. This should be shoved down the throats of anyone who steps foot in a HotTopic store. Okay maybe I'm going over the top. But I think you get my point - buy this @#$% album before you get hunted down for not having heard it.
Killer Melodic Death 3 Sept. 2009
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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The song Death Unlimited blew me away. I almost was ready to completely forsake Swedish Melodic Death Metal, and crown Finland as the king of that genre after this album. Death Unlimited easily places Norther at the forefront of Finland's Melo-death scene along with Children of Bodom.
The first two songs instantly bring your horns in the air, and blow you away with their sheer metal power. The whole album is full of pounding drums, atmospheric keyboards, shredding guitars, and monster vocals. If you like Children of Bodom, Wintersun, In Flames, Dark Tranquillity, or Soilwork, check out this album, or one of Norther's others. It will not dissapoint.
The album does have some lows, and definately is not perfect. But it is one of the better CD's I have discovered recently. This is a must have for fans of Melodic Death, Finnish Metal, Power Metal, and even many fans of black and gothic metal.
Incredible CD! A must-own for any metal collection! 30 April 2014
By Brian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great CD! Worth every penny! Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys metal! If you enjoy metal, you have to aggressively search to find the gems, as the radio plays the same old crap over and over, and while Sirius is much better, they hardly ever play most of the gems I've found by looking at metal label websites and metal magazine reviews online. Check-out some of the CDs that I have reviewed in my past, and I guarantee you will find something you may not have ever heard of! Stay metal and support our metal community! If you discover something you like on my past review list, click "yes" on where it says: "was this review helpful?"!
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