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Diabolical Full Moon Mysticism CD

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Here it is – the first ever DVD in the history of mighty Norwegian black metal titans IMMORTAL!!! After last year`s brilliant studio album comeback "All Shall Fall", the infamous trio is back with some killer live material on DVD and CD!

"The Seventh Date Of Blashyrkh" features the complete Wacken Open Air reunion show from 2007, and everyone who was present ... Read more in Amazon's Immortal Store

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
The slowest, yet best Immortal album to date. 12 Mar 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This album was one of the first Black Metal releases I bought (Summer of 1993), and to this day, I can still listen to it and not get tired. There is a certain charm in this recording that grabs me & doesn't let go until the album finishes with the epic "A Perfect Vision of the Rising Northland". Alot of people have said that this album is reminiscent of early Bathory, but I don't really hear it. As opposed to the hyperspeed holocaust metal Immortal pumped out on their later albums, DFM is for the most part slow to midpaced with extremely grim vocals. Abbath Doom Occulta's voice was the best on this vicious & rasping. I have yet to find one person who agrees with me, but this is Immortal's finest piece of work, and an absolute MASTERPIECE in the saga of Black Metal.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Where the magic began... 19 July 2005
By M. Ness - Published on
Format: Audio CD
What better choice for the inaugural "first review" than the first album from perhaps my favorite metal band of all time. Their sound has certainly evolved over the years, making the transition from raw, unpolished black metal to a more produced, professional sound. Some black metal fans feel this goes against the beliefs and sounds of true black metal, but I say f*ck that. I don't classify the music I listen to into neat little labels like "Power Metal, Black Metal, Death Metal etc." Immortal takes the best of many different genres, death, thrash, and a touch of harmonic, and mixes it in a big pot with black as its base. What we get is a distinct and original sound that has inspired countless metal heads (me being one of them)

This CD was released in 1992 and although not their greatest, is an important milestone in their careers. It was their first CD to be produced by Osmose records; a company they would stay with for many years to come. The sound is very unpolished and garage-like, but the sound is discernable and the guitar is clear throughout the album. These dark, romantic songs convey an intensity that very few rock or metal bands can hope to match. The Norwegian influence that carries throughout their career is demonstrated here, with songs such as "Cryptic Winterstorms" and A Perfect Vision of the Rising Northland."

You won't find amazing guitar solo's on this CD, as that is not what this style is about. The solid blast of the guitar and the steady rhythm of the drums and bass, coupled with Abbath's signature vocals, create an atmosphere of ice and frost. After spinning this CD numerous times and taking into consideration the nuances of old vs. new black metal, I have decided to give this CD a 7/10 rating on the basis that this is classic black metal and would eventually lead to some of the greatest "hybrid metal" material ever released (all in my opinion of course)
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Music fan from Ca. U.S.A. 28 Sep 1999
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Format: Audio CD
After having listened to allof Immortal's albums except for Pure Holocaust, Diabolicalis their slowest album. But it is still grim, raw, and powerful early Immortal. The vocals kind of sound like Darkthrone's Fenris to me, but the melodies are much more heavier than Darkthrone. I have only been listening to B.M. for a month, but I'm totally hooked. This album I definitely recommend for any B.M. fan.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Unmatched for True Black Metal Atmosphere 30 May 2002
By Phil - Published on
Format: Audio CD
You can't go wrong with Immortal. Whether it's the unbelievably fast savagery of "Pure Holocaust" and the utterly insane "Battles In The North", or the total mastery of multi-genre metal fundamentals displayed in their more recent albums, there is no other band associated with the original Norweigan scene as consistent or unflaggingly true to the dark Nordic spirit as Abbath & his cohorts. Along with Darkthrone's "Transylvanian Hunger", this album is the definitive masterwork of raw cult black metal, but with different strengths. "Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism" is much more spacious and atmospheric; a moonlit sculpture garden to Darkthrone's claustrophobic nightmare canvas. It's still primitive and raw as [heck], but haunting acoustic guitar interludes, varied tempos, and a sense of sonic space between the various instruments distinguish it from "Transylvanian Hunger"'s Pollock in blood and ash. There's an indescribable feel captured here that can't be faked, a sense of ancient longing that Immortal will probably never quite duplicate again.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Good Immortal 27 Jun 2004
By Blake R. peterson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I dont know what most of these reviewers are talking about, heres what this CD is, and im right: Basically this CD sounds like the first 2 Satyricon CDs and Battles in the north combined. The vocals are not like the newer immortal. Where the new immortals vocals, (especially on battles in the north), have less reverb and he has that weird voice that nobody else can do, this CD sounds alooot like Satyr on 'the shadowthrone', and thats a very good thing. I mean, you can tell its not satyr, but the style is the same and Abbath stretches out his screams etc. In other words, the best vocals of any immortal CD in my opinion. The guitars sound a little like 'blizzard beasts', which i hate, cause i think blizzard beasts is crap, that whole death metal vibe doesnt fit with immortal, cause immortal is at their best when theyre either making really epic music (a.k.a all songs related to blashyrkh, or sons of northern darkness) or they are making cold old school black metal, this CD is the latter. The drums sound like horgh, which is good i guess, they sound professional, unlike abbath playing on battles in the north. Oh and by the way i think battles in the north is a masterpiece, so comments comparing this CD to that are all compliments. Abbath sings kinda fast on some of the tracks, also in a death metal way, but that doesnt annoy me. His voice is the best part of the CD. But most importantly, i mentioned the Satyricon because unlike any other immortal CD,( i guess sons of northern darkness was atmospheric, but this is.. 'evil atmospheric' you could say) this CD is atmospheric as hell. There are acoustic guitars (satyricon), and because of the vocals and some solos and odd riffs, this is definitely the kind of CD that takes you away, like dark medievil times exactly. So i think this CD, battles in the north and sons of northern darkness are my favorite immortal cds, but i want to get pure holocaust, im sure its good. Good luck, i hope you like it.
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