Nordland I

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After a Thrash Metal period, Quorthon gets back to the Viking Metal loved by his fans on the album "Nordland Part I". Accordingly, you can spend a good hour listening to heroic epics with folkloristic influences.

General

Item no. 418770
Musical Genre Black Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Bathory
Product type CD
Release date 15/01/2010
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Prelude
  • 2.
    Nordland
  • 3.
    Vinterblot
  • 4.
    Dragons breath
  • 5.
    Ring of gold
  • 6.
    Foreverdark woods
  • 7.
    Broken woods
  • 8.
    Great hall awaits a faller brother
  • 9.
    Mother earth father thunder
  • 10.
    Heimfard

by Patrick Schmidt (10/02) "Destroyer of worlds" harvested some hard critiques and is surely not one of the better Bathory-albums. But with "Nordland", Quorthon gets back on the right track and delivers an album that can convince all through again - presupposed you like the epic "Hammerheart"/"Twilight of the gods"-phase. Already the opening title track clocks in at over nine minutes and rolls down everything that comes in its way. Only the vocals are a matter of taste, but you should know by now that Quorthon has never been a good singer. But this fact is not disturbing the quality of epics, like "Foreverdark woods" or the great ballad, "Ring of gold", no it rather underpins the uniqueness of Bathory. A first superficial look on the lyrics lets you guess that the master again devoted to nature-mysticism. Also if there will surely be some grumblers who like to reduce Bathory to the first three albums, I would claim that "Nordland" is a very well done, in times intoxicating document of sound of a still creative musician. And better than "Destroyer of worlds", anyway! (Patrick Schmidt - 10/02)

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