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Release date: 1992
Style: Black metal

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01. [untitled]
02. The Call Of The Wintermoon
03. Unholy Forces Of Evil
04. Cryptic Winterstorms
05. Cold Winds Of Funeral Dust
06. Blacker Than Darkness
07. A Perfect Vision Of The Rising Northland

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Line-up
Olve "Abbath" Eikemo - vocals, bass
Harald "Demonaz Doom Occulta" Nævdal - guitars
Gerhard "Armagedda" Herfindal - drums, percussion

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Oaken

Rating:
8.4
Since 1991, Immortal did a great job proving that they were amongst the best black metallers out there. Starting with their "frostbitten" formula and then exposing a thrashier side, they never failed to amaze us. Battles In The North, At The Heart Of Winter, and all of their grim efforts across the years were always satisfying, strong and at times mind boggling. Now, let us go back in time, and revisit the event that sparked this chain of awesomeness, the album that brought to birth one of the most noteworthy black metal acts on earth: Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism.

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published 18.04.2012 | Comments (28)

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M C Vice - 03.12.2012 at 09:17  
Rating: 6 I kept thinking I was listening to Darkthrone on the first half of this. Wasn't until track 5 that it sounded like the Immortal of Pure Holocaust onwards.
Aristarchos - 28.02.2013 at 19:02  
Rating: 9 I think this is the best album Immortal has released. I'm not a huge fan of their later material, only some songs.
Bad English - 12.11.2013 at 23:39  
  Excellent album , old good Immortal, not 100% black metal, it has some death metal elements, and not best sound quality, band need to re record it(together whit Pure Holocaust) I hate when so called ''true'' BM fans say, bets is demo, demo is shit if sound is week, many bands has no money to record good demo, so they spreed tapes globe wide, and some posers get it and worship it, I dont reject demo, but I love good stereo sound quality in music, it was Chronos from venom who said about home town studio ''we make demos here and real records are done in London, and many poser bands worship small studios'' bands simply has no money and garage recordings can bring up good songs but all mix and matser must be done at good studio if you wanna get good sound
I love this album I wish I can wander at Nordic forest in 1993 when we did not have internet,
The Call Of The Wintermoon - you must see t, its magic it is calling you
Cryptic Winterstorms - you need how to survive when cold blizzard is blowng from the north
Blacker Than Darkness - when sun is no more rise 2 months at winter time and there ar no snow and 22h is night, you will understand
A Perfect Vision Of The Rising Northland - you must pend 2-3 years at Norrland to understand how beautiful it is here, valhalla I am at home

PS that polish guy(D. P) will probobly quote me and make stupid remark(as he does all time at my comments) but I dont care
qlacs - 24.08.2014 at 11:46  
Rating: 7 DFM to Immortal is like what's Soulside Journey to Darkthrone. A tap of their creativity, yet unbalanced.

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