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sonic monster

Satyr was adamant about making an analog record referencing the "terrible" sound of many other production styles coming out of the scene currently. I'm not sure if many fans are as concerned with the ridiculous amount of compression on a snare drum or simulated reverbs on vocals and guitars, but this album strays from that as far as you can imagine. It's straightforward yet dynamic with some really standout moments of Nordic beauty in the arrangements. It's definitely a matured Satyricon, but isn't that what we all hope for the bands we love? Always evolving, always challenging us? I think so…and as musicians and fans we have a lot to be grateful for here.

some will love it, most will hate it, i'm part of the some!

Ok!, for starters I am not a "BM elitist" I have been a fan of Satyricon since 2002 and I have all of their albums, EPs, and early demos so I know their history, also my first BM bands were Bathory and early Celtic Frost so! Lets get into the review!

This is an album that is sure to be met with mixed reviews first and foremost! "Satyricon" starts off with the marching thunder that is Voice of Shadows, a instrumental that sets the mood, and prepares you for what is to come, but for some the slow intro may be off putting -insert a black metal "it must be fast to be black" meme if there was one- to some at first, then the rolling winds and roaring thunder throw you into Tro og Kraft a melodic and atmospheric track brimming with norsk air. Other tracks on this record that stand out include Nocturnal Flare, Ageless Northern Spirit (which might feel like a Rebel Extravaganza throwback for some), Nekrohaven, and the majestic Infinity of Time and Space. One song that is sure to anger "Black Metal Purists" is Phoenix which was written and sung by Sivert Hoyem and is the first song ever on a Satyricon album to have clean vocals, a taboo for "purists" if BM actually had any rules.

Overall this is a solid Satyricon release weather you love it or hate it!


I love this album. It really has different direction on it and I don't mean sound. There's a bit of everything from satyricon which to me makes it interesting. However it holds to the grim feeling atmosphere wise , to me is the most important.


Formed: Oslo, Norway

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Norwegian black metal trio Satyricon are led by Satyr, also featuring drummer Frost and keyboardist Kine. Their early recordings include a demo split with Enslaved titled The Forest Is My Throne, the 1994 album Dark Medieval Times, and its 1995 follow-up, Shadowthrone. Released in 1997, Nemesis Divina was their first album to see release in the U.S.; it was followed by an EP of mostly alternate versions (Megiddo) and one of new material (1999's Intermezzo II). The full-length Rebel Extravaganza appeared...
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Satyricon (Bonus Track Version), Satyricon
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Sep 17, 2013

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