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Enthroned - Prophecies Of Pagan Fire

8.3 | 70 votes |
Release date: 1995
Style: Black metal


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Disc I
01. Prophecies Of Pagan Fire
02. Deny The Holy Book Of Lies
03. Under The Holocaust
04. Scared By Darkwinds
05. Tales From A Blackened Horde
06. At Dawn Of A Funeral Winter
07. Rites Of The Northern Fullmoon
08. Skjeldenland
09. At The Sound Of The Millenium Black Bells
10. As The Wolves Howl Again

Disc II [1999 reissue bonus]
01. Postmortem Penetrations
02. Evil Church [live]
03. At The Sound Of The Millennium Black Bells [live]
04. The Conqueror [live]
05. Ha-Shaitan [live]
06. Legend Of The Coldest Breeze [demo]
07. Tales From A Blackened Horde [demo]
08. Deny The Holy Book Of Lies [demo]
09. Rites Of The Northern Fullmoon [demo]
10. Scared By Darkwinds [demo]
11. At The Sound Of The Millennium Black Bells [demo]

Additional info
Recorded at Hautregard Recordings S.C. in April 1995.
Engineered and mixed by Andre Gielen.
Produced by Enthroned and Andre Gielen.
All music by Enthroned.
Acoustic guitar by P. Rosa.

The tracklisting for the bonus CD is incorrect as printed on the backcover. The track "Postmortem Penetrations" is actually the last one on the CD and the live version of "Evil Church" the first, with all others following in the same order as the printed listing.

Released in 2006 in LP by Painkiller Records, limited to 666 hand numbered copies (first 200 on red vinyl).

Reissued on DCD in 2006 by Blackend Records. Also this version incorrectly lists "Postmortem Penetrations" as the first track on the second CD.

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22.01.2015 - 19:09
Rating: 7
Stamp Tramp
I'm still kind of deciding how I feel about this album. On the one hand, it seems rather good on the surface and follows the guidelines of the times. On the other hand, the sound is so close to a hybrid of Darkthrone and Emperor that I wonder if it warrants existing.
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09.02.2018 - 17:51
Rating: 10

One of the greatest albums in black metal history. pure perfection \m/

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