Satyricon - The Shadowthrone
1.Hvite Krists Død
2.In the Mist by the Hills
3.Woods to Eternity
4.Vikingland
5.Dominions of Satyricon
6.The King of the Shadowthrone
7.I en Svart Kiste
Length: 49:01
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By Adams (Archived) on
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6th Mar, 2013 @ 23:04 UTC
06-03-2013



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Unrepeatable ocurrence in the timeless frost that is black metal

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By Maras120 (Archived) on
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14th Sep, 2013 @ 12:07 UTC
14-09-2013



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Total cult and nowadays even a bit forgotten because of the worshipping of the new releases of the band..

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By A. Armstrong (Archived) on
A. Armstrong (Archived) -
22nd May, 2015 @ 07:58 UTC
22-05-2015



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'The Shadowthrone' is easily my favourite release by these (relative) late-comers to the Norwegian fold. While the debut and 'Nemesis Divina' are absolute classics in their own right, I feel that this is criminally overlooked in comparison to the aforementioned releases: it's decidedly unorthodox in its composition, what with it's long, unwieldy, off-kilter riffs. It's also one of the first black metal albums to incorporate authentic Nordic folk melodies, and is all the better for it.

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By Choronzon33 (Archived) on
Choronzon33 (Archived) -
5th Dec, 2016 @ 18:59 UTC
05-12-2016



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One of the greatest Black Metal albums of its time, and without a doubt Satyricon's magnum opus along with "Nemesis Divina". I'll never forget these amazing days...when masterpieces were being released one after the other.

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By Requiem (Archived) on
Requiem (Archived) -
9th Feb, 2019 @ 03:37 UTC
09-02-2019



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This is my favourite black metal of all time and what I consider to be the perfect black metal album. Artistic structures, swinging rhythms, tasteful keyboards and an atmosphere that conjures up the Norwegian forests, this to me is perfection. 100%.

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By Necrolexicon (Archived) on
Necrolexicon (Archived) -
22nd Jan, 2020 @ 20:09 UTC
22-01-2020



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A mid paced, black metal album with a unique dark folklore atmosphere and epic, brooding riffs overlaid with excellent vocals. A true masterpiece.

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By DI IONNO (Archived) on
DI IONNO (Archived) -
15th Nov, 2020 @ 01:47 UTC
15-11-2020



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If you are ever driving up north at night through the woods this album should
Be played on your car stereo and a feeling will be captured within you that
Can only truly be understood as "transcendent".

This is no sophomore slump, I can tell you that.
This is True Norwegian Black Metal Art for Dark Souls!

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