Pure Holocaust

by Immortal

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Atmospheric Black Metal Cat
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Atmospheric Black Metal Cat The first black metal band I ever listened to and still one of my absolute favorite artists. Absolutely no way to tell how many bands Immortal influenced across multiple genres. This is another great record with all of their ferocious riffing and chording and drumming. Not to mention the always amazing vocals. Favorite track: The Sun No Longer Rises.
Matthew Toye
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Matthew Toye Easily the best Immortal album. It's the only one I own for very good reason. They capture that frozen ice storm feeling like no other black metal band.
Favorite track: As The Eternity Opens
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xhrl_ Immortal create epic BM through rushing melody that breaks form to project spaces of fantasy in which a mind may roam. The music follows not definitive harmonic rules but anti-harmonic power chords, structured in ways to create as wide a space of melodic affinity as possible, supporting its chaos with disconnected drums that maintain a fast blasting counterpart to the soaring, diving, dimensional melodies. This affirms the nihilism, offering possibility rather than boundary confinements. Listen! Favorite track: A Sign for the Norse Hordes to Ride.
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released November 1, 1993



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