Posted by Imperator on 8th June, 2012 @ 00:00 UTCBy Imperator on 08-06-2012 @ 00:00 UTC

This week we take a look at one of Norway's longest standing and most influential Black Metal bands: Darkthrone.

Kings of Black II: Darkthrone
Kings of Black II: Darkthrone

This week, continuing where we left off with our Kings of Black series of articles, we will take a look at none other than Darkthrone, one of Norway's longest standing and most influential Black Metal bands of all time, playing a key role in the evolution of the genre.

Throughout their 25 year history Darkthrone have released a total of 14 full length studio albums, as well as 4 demos and numerous compliation albums, including some of the genre's most influential and revered works such as "A Blaze in the Northern Sky", "Under a Funeral Moon" and "Transilvanian Hunger".

Click here to view our biography for Darkthrone.

Previous articles in this series:

Kings of Black I: Marduk & Mayhem »

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By Panzerfaust (Archived) on
13th Jun, 2012 @ 05:44 UTC
13-06-2012

while some people don't like their change in styles, i like all their albums a lot!

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