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Also known as Black Death (1986-1987)

Country: Norway
Label: Peaceville Records

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Formed in: 1986

1986-1991Death metal
1992-Black metal
2006-Crust punk
2008-Heavy metal


1986-  Fenriz - bass, drums, guitars, vocals
1988-  Nocturno Culto - bass, guitars, vocals
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1986-1991  Dag Nilsen - bass
1986-1993  Zephyrous - guitars
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1992  Dag Nilsen - bass
2003  Lars Sørensen - synth
1988  Anders Risberget - guitars
1990  Satyr - vocals
2001  Apollyon - vocals
› 2004  -//-
2006  Grutle Kjellson - vocals
2007  Carl-Michael Eide - guitars, vocals


Latest reviews

So another year, meaning for us another Darkthrone album. This is not necessarily a bad thing I suppose, as this band have a fairly impressive and consistent discography to date, minus a few hiccups along the way. How does this latest release Astral Fortress fare amongst the others?
Review by AndyMetalFreak ››
Reviewing a new Darkthrone album can be a bit difficult, considering the duo has tried basically any extreme metal style under the funeral moon sun, yet they still can pull off a few surprises. This is Darkthrone at their most epic.
Review by X-Ray Rod ››
Whatever your opinion is on Darkthrone, you have to acknowledge that this duo only churns out music that they like listening to themselves. With Old Star they keep doing exactly that and, moreover, it seems they couldn't care less about common promotional practice, since no one had a copy of this album before its release for reviewing purposes.
Review by nikarg ››
Sometimes articulating what it is you love about a band's music can, to an extent, damage the magic the music in question has on you. Sometimes. So, as a Darkthrone fanboy, it feels like I should approach all this delicately.

Cos Darkthrone's...
Review by wormdrink414 ››
Preface - If you like the direction that Darkthrone has taken with their last few recordings, read on. If you don't and long for the days when they trolled forests in corpse paint and clutched their fists towards the heavens (or just never "got...
Review by BitterCOld ››
It's another year and that means another offering from Darkthrone's dynamic duo of Gylve "Fenriz" Nagell and Ted "Nocturno Culto" Skjellum. Their latest opus, "Dark Thrones and Black Flags" marks their fifth release...
Review by BitterCOld ››

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