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Blashyrkh Immortal-ized Live

'The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh' provides us with a true testament to the brilliance of the band Immortal. A band of cult status that truly are immortal in their own right. Fans of Immortal shouldn't hesitate buying this album, and even skeptics of the band and their brand of black metal should buy it to truly appreciate the brilliance of Blashyrkh.

'At The Heart of Winter', 'Blashyrkh..' and 'One By One' are true highlights of the album - but the older tracks such as the opener 'The Sun No Longer Rises' and 'Unholy Forces of Evil' are still songs that have only improves with age. Hail the Sons of Northern Darkness.


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Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Of all the Norwegian black metal bands, Immortal has, arguably, stuck the closest to the mystical, occult-inspired vision of the scene: the bandmembers kept the evil-Kiss makeup throughout the band's existence, rarely experimented outside of the traditional guitars-drums-bass instrumental configuration, and never revealed their real names. Brothers in pseudonyms only, vocalist/bassist Abbath Doom Occulta and guitarist Demonaz Doom Occulta formed Immortal in Bergen, Norway, in 1990. Abbath was originally...
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The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh, Immortal
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 09 August 2010

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