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Total Death


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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
True Unholy Black Metal Dec 4 2003
By A. Jardine - Published on Amazon.com
Darkthrone's sixth album, Total Death, is my personal favorite of all their albums. The production is a bit higher vs other releases, and it shows. Nocturno Culto's insane riffs and frightening chants on the first 3 songs is beyond comparison. the sixth song is faster than any song Ive ever heard. Fenriz is going bonkers on the drums and his Satanic poetry is also beyond comparison. OVerall, I would give this album 6 or 7 stars!!!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
So underated July 26 2007
By Lucas Hockley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a very powerful release from Darkthrone. Most people that are new to black metal only hear Transilvanian Hunger, which is a good solid album, but there are so many better Darkthrone records. This is among the best releases by Darkthrone. Very Celtic Frost. This is a very dark album. This album is up there with Blaze in the Northern Sky, and this album is better than under a funeral moon. Great album. I recommend this album to fans of black metal.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It took a while... July 16 2005
By Craig Allen Moore - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...but I finally tracked down a Moonfog version of this mid-period Darkthrone album (after seeing a few bootlegged versions which included Transilvainian Hunger as a bonus). After recently acquiring and subsequently falling in love with Panzerfaust, the album previous to Total Death, I knew I had to have this one as well. The first thing I noticed was that Fenriz did not write ANY of the lyrics (I'm curious why)and that instead, he recruited the elite of the elite from Norway's fabled black metal scene to fill out the record (Nocturno Culto wrote three or four of the tracks' lyrics). So what you have is an "all-star" feeling to Total Death, with Garm(Ulver), Ihsahn(Emperor), and Satyr(Satyricon) all lending a bit of their blackened personas to the ultimate barbarian metal band in the world. For the most part, this is not a departure from the Panzerfaust style, although the pace is quicker. Every once in a while you get a low down and dirty Celtic Frost riff, and there's even a full-on thrash song here, but there's no mistaking it's Darkthrone. Not as good as Panzerfaust in my opinion, but definitely up there with the rest of the mid- to late-period releases by these misanthropists.
What should I do? June 30 2014
By Severn Boyer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
Buy it. Stop goin back and forth on it and just buy it. Stop wasting everyone's goddamn time and buy it.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Black Metal March 28 2009
By Vampyre - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A reissue of a former import album . Greqt addition to your Black Metal collection .

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