Marduk - Opus Nocturne
1.The Appearance
2.Sulphur Souls
3.From Subterranean Throne Profound
4.Autumnal Reaper
5.Materialized in Stone
6.Untrodden Paths (Wolves Part II)
7.Opus Nocturne
8.Deme Quaden Thyrane
9.The Sun Has Failed
Length: 43:05
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Opus Nocturne

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#1
By Biovendetta (Archived) on
Biovendetta (Archived) -
26th Jun, 2012 @ 13:14 UTC
26-06-2012



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It's both amazing and sad that Marduk haven't been able to top Opus Nocturne in 18 years, and they probably never will. But this album will always remain!

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By Mr.Dodstink (Archived) on
Mr.Dodstink (Archived) -
29th Aug, 2012 @ 23:49 UTC
29-08-2012



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Finally one album that really deserves to be respected and recommended:Opus Nocturne.

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By Krg (Archived) on
Krg (Archived) -
13th Mar, 2013 @ 19:22 UTC
13-03-2013



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Couldn't agree more, this is Marduk's true opus, and probably the real reason for their initial success.

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By 3rase (Archived) on
3rase (Archived) -
17th Aug, 2013 @ 16:21 UTC
17-08-2013



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Truly the best album of Marduk, of all the fantastic black metal they have released.

One of Swedens best albums, and a required component of the Second Wave-collection of black metal (among De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas, Hvis Lyset Tar Oss, Filisofem, Darkthrone's Unholy Trinity and In The Nightside Eclipse).

#5
By Morbid.Kasra (Archived) on
Morbid.Kasra (Archived) -
30th Jan, 2015 @ 09:01 UTC
30-01-2015



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First time I felt fucking jealous about a band.Definitely one of my inspirations if I had to form a band . Hails /m/

#6
By Herr Tompa Sweden (Archived) on
Herr Tompa Sweden (Archived) -
8th Apr, 2017 @ 18:16 UTC
08-04-2017



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The first Swedish Black Metal album I ever bought in 1995. Still after 22 years when I hear Joakim af Gravf scream "praise hail Satan" after the intro and the song Sulphur Souls kicks in I get goosebumps.

Their best full length record, but their "Fuck Me Jesus" Demo/MCD is just as excellent.

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By Requiem (Archived) on
Requiem (Archived) -
9th Feb, 2019 @ 11:14 UTC
09-02-2019



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A brilliant album in all ways. Atmosphere, sound, focus. Riffs. A great work.

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