Marduk - Plague Angel
1.The Hangman of Prague
2.Throne of Rats
3.Seven Angels, Seven Trumpets
4.Life's Emblem
5.Steel Inferno
6.Perish in Flames
7.Holy Blood, Holy Grail
8.Warschau
9.Deathmarch
10.Everything Bleeds
11.Blutrache
Length: 45:01
3 users have collected this album

Plague Angel

  • Type: Full-length
  • Style: Black Metal
    Genre infoTo keep things simple, albums are grouped into a handful of approximate styles.
  • Year: 2004
  • Country: Sweden
Legacy score:
Score:
Legacy score infoThis rating is inherited from the previous version of the site, and is equivalent to one review.
91% 4.6 star rating
No reviews yet

Tracklist
Length: 45:01

  1. The Hangman of Prague
  2. Throne of Rats
  3. Seven Angels, Seven Trumpets
  4. Life's Emblem
  5. Steel Inferno
  6. Perish in Flames
  7. Holy Blood, Holy Grail
  8. Warschau
  9. Deathmarch
  10. Everything Bleeds
  11. Blutrache

Reviews for
'Marduk - Plague Angel'
'Plague Angel'

There are no reviews for 'Marduk - Plague Angel' yet, stay tuned. Trusted Users can write album reviews.

Meanwhile, check out the existing Black Metal Album Reviews.



4.6 star rating 91%

Legacy score


This rating is inherited from the previous version of the site, and is equivalent to one review.

Review for 'Marduk - Plague Angel' by Imperator
Rated by Munster Imperator in the Before-Time, in the Long-Long-Ago.
Head Admin - Lycanthropia.net
1,368 Hits

5 Comments
for 'Marduk - Plague Angel'

Post new comment »

One of the best albums of Marduk, a masterpiece.

A must in the extended black metal collection if already bought De Mysteriis Dom Sathnanas, Pure Holocaust, Hvis Lyset Tar Oss, Unholy trinity, Opus Nocturne etc.

The second best Marduk album and the best among their newer stuff. I also want to recommend Belial - Never Again.

#3 By @herr_black_metal (Archived) on
8th Apr, 2017 @ 19:09 UTC
08-04-2017

After two disappointing album, the new singer Mortuus and the return of Magnus "Devo" Andersson made Marduk as great as in the old days.

I would say this is their third best album. Been listening to Marduk since 1995 and still in 2017 they're awesome.

This is a very good album, but it's not a great one in my opinion. It lacks some of the focus and meaning of their best work and I find it a bit dense at times, as if it's too bogged down in death and decay. It's still a bloody great album though.

Bow your fukking heads, the Mortuus era begins here!

Leave a comment
for 'Marduk - Plague Angel'

Leave a comment
for 'Marduk - Plague Angel'

Create an account or log in to post comments.

Support Lycanthropia.net

Buy albums online through our site's links

Whenever you buy albums through our site, we receive a few cents for each sale, at no extra cost.

This helps us to stay online, and advert-free. Thank you for your continued support.

Report an error
Report an error on this page
Return to top
Page loaded in 0.39 seconds
Loaded in 0.39 s.