Posted by Warblackmetal666 on 28th April, 2021 @ 19:07 UTCBy Warblackmetal666 on 28-04-2021 @ 19:07 UTC

Hi guys, I'm a really big fan of Marduk, especially the album Panzer Division. But even if I know pretty good the black metal scene, I never find any album as good as Panzer Division in the same style. So maybe someone here who has better knowledge than me can find me something in the same genre than this album. Thank you to everyone that will reply.

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By HordalandImperator on
8th May, 2021 @ 00:56 UTC
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When I first saw your question my mind came up blank for a while, but re-listening to Panzer Division Marduk now, the first thing that comes to mind are Dark Funeral, especially their "Diabolis Interium" / "Attera Totus Sanctus" era, although you probably already familiar with that.

There are some other bands like 1349 and Infernal War that pull off this relentless style pretty well, and maybe check out Merrimack's "Of Entropy and Life Denial", although I can't vouch for the rest of their discography, their later releases sounded a bit boring from what I remember.

Also things like Endstille, Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult, Anaal Nathrakh.

Let us know what you find out there

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11th May, 2021 @ 19:01 UTC
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i all know the band that you are talking about but it's not the same. Panzer division have this crushing sound that i don't find anywhere and this ultra brutal ww2 atmosphere. We don't find this in dark funeral, 1349 or any other band like that even if the are similar sometimes. All the things that i know right now that are in the same genre than panzer division is other stuff made by marduk like Frontschwein and Plague Angel

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10th May, 2021 @ 09:58 UTC
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check out "Volkslieder" by Minenwerfer (USA). it's probably the most similar thing to that. even the lyrical themes are similar. the same intensity and agression (IMO it's even better than Panzer division!)

also check out "Hymn till hangagud" by Allegiance (sweden). it's not as intense as panzer division Marduk but it has the same sort of blast-beat driven agressive BM feeling to it.

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11th May, 2021 @ 19:07 UTC
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I already know Minenwerfer but i haven't listen to this album yet, i only have listen to Alpenpasse but i've check some song after seeing your answers and yeah, its near, thank you.

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12th May, 2021 @ 05:26 UTC
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Cheers!

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24th May, 2021 @ 11:59 UTC
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Infernal War - Terrorfront
Endstille - Verführer

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31st May, 2021 @ 23:44 UTC
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Know Infernal War just by the name but i've never listen to them. Thank you for your answer!

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By Lycanthropia.netUnarmedLad on
12th Jun, 2021 @ 09:41 UTC
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May seem like an odd choice, but try Iskra - Bureval. Sounds like PDM with a bit of Immortal - Blizzard Beasts to me.

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