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Incipit Satan

Gorgoroth Audio CD
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Product details

  • Audio CD (7 Feb 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B000042O0O
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 254,153 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Incipit Satan
2. A World To Win
3. Titani Til Satan
4. Unchain My Heart!!!
5. An Excerpt Of X
6. Ein Ein Au Blod Og Helvetesild
7. Will To Power
8. When Love Rages Wild In My Heart

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Black Metal outfit 13 Mar 2004
Format:Audio CD
Gorgoroth play Black Metal of the most traditional kind, and they're very good at it. They love Satan and they come from Norway, so this isn't too surprising. Whilst their brand of misanthropic BM might not be the most original you've ever heard, it's no less good for that. The guitar and drums are seriously fast and the vocals are screamed as you'd hope for on a record of this ilk, and everything about it feels comfortable and right to the seasoned Black Metal listener, from the sound of the riffs lacking in any bottom end sound, to the song 'Ein Eim Av Blod Og Helvetesild' being sung in the band's native Norwegian. There's even a near-instrumental 'An Excerpt Of X' which sounds seriously similar to something off Burzum's Filosofem album. Gorgoroth may not be the most original or popular of BM outfits, but when they are on form on songs like the opening title track or the aforementioned 'Ein Eim...', they are amongst the best.
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3.0 out of 5 stars too industrial in places 10 Aug 2007
By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
in the year 2000,nu metal was still the big daddy and metalcore was really starting to show its teeth so kudos to the bands that kept it extreme,they never saw the fame of bands like limp bizkit and obviously didnt want it or they could have wore red caps and did that thing,and with gorgoroths 6th album black metal with an industrial edge had a look in at least.
Gorgoroth are a norwegian band that have shared controversy with so many others from the same scene,jailtime has been part of this band and they pretty much practice what they preach.This album has its fair share of great tracks such as 'a world to win' and 'incipit satan' along with the brilliant 'unchain my heart' and the albums closer 'when love rages wild in my heart'but at the same time the pointlessness of 'will to power' which is kinda slowed down industrial dance cant be defended.That really is a poor track,sorry to those who disagree.
The vocals are fierce for the most part and the guitars are mainly black metal but at times the odd maiden riff charges through and that works well.
The albums final track 'when love rages wild in my heart' could almost be a danzig track,the vocals resemble that of evil elvis to a tea and i really loved that touch but overall this is a good album but not their best,if they had cut some of the messing about out this would rate higher but three stars out of 5 is a good rating so dont be out off this too much.
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2.0 out of 5 stars must have for black metal collectors 8 Sep 2014
By Jamie
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
what the subject of this review is really :P must buy if you like black metal.
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Amazon.com: 4.9 out of 5 stars  8 reviews
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 24 July 2004
By Hellforge - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album is a fine example of the great works Gorgoroth can produce. At points heavy, at others haunting and slow, it seems these guys know exactly what to throw into their songs to make them the manifests of evil they are (and then make it sound good!)

I keep coming back to this cd again and again, every time as satisfied with it as the day I bought it. Any fan of black metal can do no wrong buying it.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Weird Mannheim? Weird Gorgoroth! 16 Jun 2000
By Michael E. Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is much more straight ahead than "Destroyer", so perhaps not quite as enjoyable, but it is still crushingly destructive. There are some actual THRASH riffs in here, and a lot of nuances that are enjoyed after repeated listenings. If by accident, any fan of Korny or Limp Wristed reads, you should do yourself a favour and check this out as an introduction of what power TRUE metal can wield! Of course, it would probably make you cry(and you can't understand them when they swear...and that's important to you, we TRUE metal people know!) There IS one waste of 5 minutes on the album, though: the pseudo-instrumental 7th track...but use that as a breather before the"crooning" black metal attack of "When Love Rages Wild in My Heart"(not as ridiculous as it sounds!) Production is a constant thickness throughout, and as far as I can tell, Gaahl does all the vocals on this one(as opposed to the variety of productions and vocalists in the past). Will not disappoint any existing fans, and just may convert some of the non-believers!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Passionate Black Metal Art 2 Mar 2003
By Chernobog - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album is absolutely amazing, i picked it up yesterday and...what can i say, it blew me away. Every track sounds different from the next, riffs are constantly changed and interspersed to fit the mood, but mostly they are crushing riffs ala Amon Amarth style. This album has variety...which is something most black metal lacks in my opinion, and it transgresses beyond simple black metal. Vocals keep changing, form the usual Bm rasp to Pete Steele gothy type of singing, the guitar work from Infernus and King ov Hell is sheer power, and most of all the drumming...the rhythms and the blasting make me bang my head involuntarily. This is pure value for money. Black metal art...alike to emperor's later works. Also, this album is dedicated to the late Grimm (ex-drummer) by the band who is one of my all time favourites. RIP Grimm, your brothers have not let you down.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the best in black metal. 20 Jun 2007
By P. Walczak - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This Gorgoroth release is truly one of a kind. After hearing Twilight of the Idols, I honestly didn't expect much more than a mediocre release...but I definitely stand corrected on this one. This LP is loaded with constantly differing and original guitar riffs, industrial-type sound effects that give some of the songs a bit more emphasis, about the best and most intense vocalization of any other black metal band, and some great, eerie, and haunting melodies that are filled with utter creativity.

Track listings:

Incipit Satan- An amazing opener. Jam packed with originality and heavy guitar riffs. This song also features some of Gorgoroth's experimentation with industrial type sounds and ambience that is so often associated with this CD. Without a doubt, this song will take a firm grip on you and refuse to let go until it ends.

A World To Win- Begins with an interesting industrial effect that sounds as though it came straight out of a videogame (something only Gorgoroth would be able to pull off). This song also offers a great choral guitar riff that is surprisingly mellow for having come out of a black metal LP. Overall, it sounds great though.

Titani Til Satan- Features some great instrumentals, but the vocal layout lacks a bit, considering Gaahl only speaks in an awkwardly deep voice the whole song through.

Unchain My Heart!!!- Begins with a great melody that gives the listener a taste of haunting ambience. Not too long after, though, it picks right up and soars into an incredible arrangement of instrumental brutality and creativity, leaving the listener to experience its every unique twist and turn. Definitely a favorite.

An Excerpt Of X- This track is a bit too empty for my taste. It's mostly instrumental, with the exception of a few spoken lines, and doesn't really capture the listener's attention too much.

Ein Ein Au Blod Og Helvetesild- In its beginning moments, this track proposes some great drumming and guitar management, immediately picking up about 50 or so seconds in, therein presenting the listener with the intensity of Gaahl's demonic screams. Just before the end, Gorgoroth seems to layer the vocal screams so that the song draws its end in a whirlwind of chaos and malice. Overall, a pretty good song that gets your heart pumping.

Will To Power- More of an oddity than anything else, in my opinion. This track gives the listener some nice atmospheric ambience to listen to, but nothing more. No true vocals are featured- just distant spoken words in the background.

When Love Rages Wild In My Heart- Demonstrates some more good guitar riffs and reveals the eerie -almost vampiric- vocals of an unknown vocalist. Good song, overall.

In all, this album is a really good black metal release. The only complaint I have with it is that Gorgoroth, while seeming to focus a bit too much on experimentation, failed to give some of the songs the attention that they most likely need in order to become truly magnificent. Nevertheless, this is definitely worth picking up.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars rock 17 April 2000
By Chi - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
god needs a new rock to hide under
gorgoroth are the legends, the apocalypse
defiled
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