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Circle the Wagons (Limited Edition) Import

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The limited special edition CD version of the album is packaged in a slip cased natural rough board digipack. With a 24 page booklet including an additional band history by Fenriz. This deluxe edition also features an exclusive 12 minute video of the bands inspirations for the album, shot at the mastering house in Oslo. Darkthrone are a legendary name in metal, inspiring countless bands throughout the years as one of the leaders of the scandinavian black metal movement in the early 90's, alongside other greats such as Burzum, Immortal and Mayhem. Now, to welcome a new decade, the unrelenting Norwegian duo deliver a new feast of metal and punk. From their thrash and death beginnings to their ascension to the pantheon of black metal greats, Darkthrone have always refused to stand still. they continue to embrace and explore their roots and capture the real spirit of sonic greatness on CIRCLE THE WAGONS; recorded by the band themselves at Necrohell II studios. Artwork for the album comes

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Circle the Wagons April 6 2010
By S. Zoller - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The mighty Darkthrone once again deliver the metal goods in spades. No compromise, no mercy--100% METAL.

From the onset of the album opener 'Those Treasures Will Never Befall You,' it is evident that Darkthrone have all but shed the trappings of 'black' metal. Instead, the album brandishes a variety of traditional metal stylings, which pay homage to the metal greats of yore, while at the same time retaining the signature Darkthrone attitude and sound.

Fenriz has employed even more clean vocals this time around, most evident on the title track and 'Those Treasures Will Never Befall You.' They are used sparingly and tastefully though--they add to the epic feel of said tracks and reference the approach of Manilla Road. The few solos throughout C.T.W. are among the finest Darkthrone have ever recorded, especially on the brilliant 'Running For Borders,' played over a monstrous Sabbathian riff. And speaking of riffs, C.T.W. is a guaranteed head-banger.

The production is also top notch, and very much the same as it has been on F.O.A.D. and Dark Thrones & Black Flags; a very organic, live sound which balances all instruments/vocals in the mix while maintaining a raw edge. C.T.W. also demonstrates an important lesson which many metal bands have forgotten, which is how to write metal songs which actually rock. For those looking for familiar, orthodox black metal--look elsewhere. Darkthrone are operating on a level above and beyond any scene or stylistic pigeonhole.

Also, bravo to Dennis Dread for the awesome album artwork.

Highlights: Running For Borders, Stylized Corpse, Black Mountain Totem
Music April 21 2014
By Tony H. Joe, Jr. - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Any music made by Darkthrone rules. I was thrilled to get my CD in the mail. It stayed in my player for weeks.
Darkthrone rock out punk style Aug. 6 2013
By Anthony Colasante - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Love this band, love this record. Every Darkthrone fan should have a copy of this record! If you don't have it, get it now.
Darkthrone yet again! March 28 2013
By jacob r richardson - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Now this album is kinda weird, its not as punky as the last one and its not quite the Thrashy/Deathy Black Metal theyre known for, its somewhere in between.
I enjoyed this album very much altho I will say the vocals, by both members, could have been a little better but it doesnt take away from the album in general.
Also for those that buy the Special Edition the caricature of Fenriz and Nocturnal Culto is worth it alone lol.
One of their best!! Oct. 15 2014
By Rhonda Howard - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Darkthrone really made a good move with this CD. It is one of their best. I like the way the band has progressed, and their sound just keeps getting better!!! All songs rock hard. If you like Darkthrone--buy this CD.

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