Bathory - Hammerheart mp3 album
Bathory is the debut studio album by Swedish extreme metal band Bathory. It was released in October 1984, through Tyfon Grammofon. It is deemed by many fans and critics to be the first black metal record. Bathory had been formed in 1983. The band's frontman, Quorthon, worked part-time at the small record label Tyfon. In late 1983 and early 1984, the label was putting together a compilation of songs by Scandinavian metal bands
Album · 1990 · 8 Songs. The cold winds and ironclad honor of Scandinavian mythology are perfectly captured on Hammerheart, Bathory’s Viking-metal opus from 1990. While bands like Darkthrone were still developing their black-metal sound, Quorthon and co. reach new frontiers on the searing, 11-minute Shores In Flames, leaving a trail of screaming guitars in their wake. Thunderous riffs and melancholy keyboards narrate a tale of Christian conquest on One Rode to Asa Bay, and Song to Hall Up High invokes the sweeping melody of Nordic folk.
Album Name Hammerheart. Дата релиза 16 Апрель 1990. Лейблы Noise International.
Twilight of the Gods is the sixth studio album by Swedish extreme metal band Bathory. It continues the exploration of the newly created Viking metal style, and also displays heavy epic doom and classical influences; it is titled after an opera by Wagner. It is a mid-tempo, more acoustic album than previous Bathory releases, though it follows on from the Hammerheart album. 版公司 Noise International.
Bathory released this amazing album in 1990. It continues the change to Viking Metal that begun on the 1988 release Blood Fire Death. A video was made for One Rode to Asa Bay. Sound It definitely sounds like Bathory. Quorthon’s voice is one of the voices that sounds cool because of the imperfections in it, much like Ozzy’s does or Tom Araya’s voice. Quorthon does not sound anything like them but he has character.
Hammerheart is an album released in 1990 by extreme metal band Bathory. The album continued the previous album Blood Fire Death’s transition away from Black Metal to what became recognized as Viking metal. It’s considered a cornerstone work of the Viking Metal: the distorted sections alternate with the acoustic ones, the album presents many choirs, it’s rich in melodic parts and all the lyrics are based on Viking culture.