Abigor - Opus IV
1.Crimson Horizons and Ashen Skies
2.Eerie Constellation
3.Mirages for the Eyes of the Blind
4.A Breath from Worlds Beyond
5.The Elder God (My Dragon Magic)
6.Dimension of Thy Unforgiven Sins - Part I
7.Dimension of Thy Unforgiven Sins - Part II
8.Spektrale Schattenlichter
Length: 42:19
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Opus IV

  • Type: Full-length
  • Style: Black Metal
    Genre infoTo keep things simple, albums are grouped into a handful of approximate styles.
  • Year: 1996
  • Country: Austria
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Tracklist
Length: 42:19

  1. Crimson Horizons and Ashen Skies
  2. Eerie Constellation
  3. Mirages for the Eyes of the Blind
  4. A Breath from Worlds Beyond
  5. The Elder God (My Dragon Magic)
  6. Dimension of Thy Unforgiven Sins - Part I
  7. Dimension of Thy Unforgiven Sins - Part II
  8. Spektrale Schattenlichter

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4.5 star rating 89%

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Review for 'Abigor - Opus IV' by Imperator
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#1 By Herr Black Metal (Archived) on
7th May, 2017 @ 20:02 UTC
07-05-2017

What a great Black Metal album. In 1994 - 1996 I as a Swedish guy was only listening to the scene in Norway and Sweden. I have heard about this band Abigor from Austria. So I decided to listen to the "Opus IV" record at my local record store. A few minutes in I decided I'm getting this.

Their previous record "Nachthymnen" is almost as excellent. Both are a MUST have in your record collection.

Musically, this is raging, intense and yet still subtle in a way that only Abigor can be. Blasting, aggressive moments are tempered by quiet piano and flute parts, if you care to listen closely…and there are captivating guitar melodies woven underneath the chaos.

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