Primordial - To The Nameless Dead


8.9 | 559 votes |
Release date: 24 November 2007
Style: Black metal, Celtic folk metal

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Disc I
01. Empire Falls
02. Gallows Hymn
03. As Rome Burns
04. Failures Burden
05. Heathen Tribes
06. The Rising Tide
07. Traitors Gate
08. No Nation On This Earth

Disc II [limited edition, live at Rock Hard Festival 2006]
01. The Golden Spiral
02. The Gathering Wilderness
03. Sons Of The Morrigan
04. The Coffin Ships
05. Song Of The Tomb
06. Gods To The Godless

Top 20 albums of 2007: 1
Top 200 albums of all time: 73

Additional info
Label: Metal Blade

The album is also available as a limited first edition in a digibook, featuring another cover design, 40 page booklet, and a bonus CD of Primordial's performance at the 2006 Rock Hard Festival.

Guest review by
Silent Creeper
Rating:
9.8
Did you ever wonder how to make music that is epic and powerful without use of any keyboards, orchestra or samples? Well, if you do not know the answer, you should probably ask Primordial. They certainly managed to achieve that.

Primordial never released an album that would be rated less than amazing, and they still follow this trend with their latest called To The Nameless Dead. As I already mentioned, the first thing that came to my mind when I listened to this album was: "This is what I call "epic" metal!" Album has an amazing beginning with song Empire Falls (which is in my opinion one of the best Primordial have ever done) and all the others that follow are also great of course. Here we have again an outstanding vocal performance from Nemtheanga which sings with such passion that only few vocalists really could. His vocal work is always brilliant, no matter if he sings clean parts or he does harsh vocals. Other members are extremely "well-trained" too, especially the drummer which brings even greater epic feel to the album with his very varied and precise drumming. Album is produced and written as it should be, songs are not only very well composed but also have great lyrics which are written of course by Nemtheanga. Most of them begins with slow intros and then slowly evolve into great, timeless, epic masterpieces.

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published 09.11.2008 | Comments (28)

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14.07.2017 - 17:20
LuciferOfGayness
Happy fucker
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Written by VIG on 14.07.2017 at 17:10


There are probably a lot of albums I like in the top 200 actually.

Yeah you will probably enjoy lots of stuff there. I listened to much of that stuff when it came and its not that interesting for me to revisit them, Zeppelin and Sabbath will always be great though.
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14.07.2017 - 18:39
Rating: 9
VIG
Written by LuciferOfGayness on 14.07.2017 at 17:20

Zeppelin and Sabbath will always be great though.


Zeppelin maybe, but Sabbath's first 5 albums They are still amazing today!

Well looking at the top 200 there are not that many albums I like.
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15.07.2017 - 15:02
Rating: 9
Dima
Empire Falls is bonkers live
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