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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CEME
  • ASIN: B000005HLV
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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This album is an absolutely brilliant piece of misanthropic majesty. Each musician has given blinding performances from Euronymous' excellent riffing and lead work to Hellhammer's punishing barrage. Special mention must go to Attilla Csihar for his performance because his voice is so unique and spooky and lifts this album out of the ordinary. Some people complain of his vocals saying that they sound silly and to be perfectly honest they do, but they add to the all important atmosphere of the record.
The music itself is chilling and dark and the production job makes good use of this by being deliberately crude (you can actually hear all the instruments perfectly), as with many great black metal records. This will put off many fans of cleaner sounding productions but then this record is not really for them. For truly great black metal with pristine production they should try Emperor's later albums. This is certainly a 'true' black metal record then but in the best sense in that the music is uncompromising and brutal yet innovative within the genre's constraints and not unimaginative like many bands these days calling themselves 'true' black metal.
Stand out tracks are Funeral Fog, Freezing Moon (with a nice breakdown that makes your hair stand on end), Pagan Fears and the title track. This rates as one of my all time favourite black metal albums and anyone interested in this type of music would do well to pick this up (along with Darkthrone's 'Under A Funeral Moon', Emperor's 'In The Nightside Eclipse' and Immortal's 'Pure Holocaust' to name but three).
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The title of the album is a latin phrase that means "About the mysteries of Lord Satan". This is what you need to expect when listening to this crude and threatening record! The album was released after the death of Mayhem's guitarist, Euronymous (Greek for Prince of Darkness", killed by the bass player, Count Grishnackh,whose contribution on this album was dubbed over. Mayhem were the founders of black metal as we know it today and this was supposed to be the definitive statement on the ferocity and darkness enveloping the new Norwegian scene.
The first track is Funeral Fog with haunting vocals by Attila, now singer with Aborym, whose vocal style is very dark and original; actually he sounds like a wounded madman, spewing rage and depravity. The rest of the tracks also are very impressive, conjuring up a very dark atmosphere that sucks you right in. Hellhammer's drums also are very impressive, thundering away together with the bass. The only negative note can be made about the production on this album, even though its lo-fi, I suspect, 4-track recording in itself helps with the atmosphere of a pagan rite. A great, great album and a must-buy for any black metal fan!
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This album is an absolutely brilliant piece of misanthropic majesty. Each musician has given blinding performances from Euronymous' excellent riffing and lead work to Hellhammer's punishing barrage. Special mention must go to Attilla Csihar for his performance because his voice is so unique and spooky and lifts this album out of the ordinary. Some people complain of his vocals saying that they sound silly and to be perfectly honest they do, but they add to the all important atmosphere of the record.
The music itself is chilling and dark and the production job makes good use of this by being deliberately crude (you can actually hear all the instruments perfectly), as with many great black metal records. This will put off many fans of cleaner sounding productions but then this record is not really for them. For truly great black metal with pristine production they should try Emperor's later albums. This is certainly a 'true' black metal record then but in the best sense in that the music is uncompromising and brutal yet innovative within the genre's constraints and not unimaginative like many bands these days calling themselves 'true' black metal.
Stand out tracks are Funeral Fog, Freezing Moon (with a nice breakdown that makes your hair stand on end), Pagan Fears and the title track. This rates as one of my all time favourite black metal albums and anyone interested in this type of music would do well to pick this up (along with Darkthrone's 'Under A Funeral Moon', Emperor's 'In The Nightside Eclipse' and Immortal's 'Pure Holocaust' to name but three).
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i only bought this album recently but i think its safe to say that Mayhem is one of the best bands of its kind. Every track on this cd is just great and it is definitely very black metal, along with the unusual vocals. i dont know if this is just my cd player, but the vocals could perhaps be a little louder than they are as in some parts theyre difficult to make out. i have absoutely no negative comments about this album . the only thing i could say is that the font in which the lyrics are typed makes the y's look like p's, but if thats the only pathetic complaint i can make then they must be doing something right. overall, buy it.
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Intensely atmospheric work. You can actually hear what's being said, unlike a lot of run of the mill conventional black metal bands who think they're really 'evil' by shrieking nonsensically. I think what heightens the spooky ambience is the fact that Eyronymous was murdered before its release; thus injecting an almost mythical quality to the album. A lot of people dislike the vocalists delivery on this record, but I beg to differ. I think it adds character. Indeed it is theatrical at times as he recites incantations but that's what the genre is all about. Creatures of the night what sweet music they make.
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