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Marduk Discography (Release Date Order)

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Fuck Me Jesus
Fuck Me Jesus
"1991 and Marduk is born with the infamous raw death metal demo."
Dark Endless
Dark Endless
"1992 saw the release of the infamous black/death metal outfit's debut album. Reasonably well produced and plenty of killer songs."
Those Of The Unlight
Those Of The Unlight
"Marduk goes completely black metal in 1993. The best of the early material, with suprising melody and that awesome bass sound."
Opus Nocturne
Opus Nocturne
"Another fave of fans: The raw black metal masterpiece that is 1994's Opus Nocturne."
Heaven Shall Burn...When We Are Gathered
Heaven Shall Burn...When We Are Gathered
"In 1995 Legion joins the band for snarling duty. Also we see the beginnings of Marduk's Norsecore leanings. Insane blasting fury and less raw sound make this a questionable buy for some."
Nightwing
Nightwing
"Marduk go intelligent and release the 1998 Vampiric concept album. The best work done with Legion and certainly a pinnacle of their huge catalogue. A really great atmosphere and killer riffs."
Panzer Division Marduk
Panzer Division Marduk
"1999 and Marduk hit it big commercially with the Norsecore archetype album. A little over produced and un-complicated but enjoyable never-the-less. Just don't expect the best this time round."
La Grande Danse Macabre
La Grande Danse Macabre
"Marduk experimented with the more doomy side of their music in 2001. A little dull if you aren't an avid doom fan but some songs definitely worked."
World Funeral
World Funeral
"Even the band complained about the over-polished sound on 2003's release. However this is still a killer album and almost epic in places. Very thick 'n' heavy speedy Norsecore."
Plague Angel
Plague Angel
"2004 and Mortuus joins on vocals blowing Legion's tired rasp out of the water. Devo re-joins to handle bass and production thus Marduk release their rawest album since '94. This record burns."
Rom 5:12
Rom 5:12
"Mortuus and Morgan promised Marduk would be back, stronger than ever in 2007. They delivered and then some. The bass sound is amazing and so are the guest vocals and drumming."