Darkthrone - Panzerfaust
Label: Peaceville - CDVILED306X • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Black Metal
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Feb 02, · From the album "Panzerfaust". Origin: Norway (Kolbotn) Lyrics: Eight miles deep the well forgotten by mortals Oh, I drank it empty in one single sip Eight miles wide the valley beyond all.
Nov 27, · "Panzerfaust" is dedicated to Satyr of Satyricon "Evig er Krigen Mot de av lyset". The first catalog number (Fog ) is printed on the cover spines. The second one (FOG ) is /5().
Overall, the grim and bleak atmosphere accomplished by Panzerfaust is one worth noting as Darkthrone’s last “true” and classic offering. It brings together and shows exactly what Darkthrone, and black metal as a whole is all about/5.
Fenriz handled all instruments on this album, as confirmed in at least two interviews. "Snø og granskog" is an old poem by Tarjei Vesaas. "Panzerfaust" is dedicated to Satyr of Satyricon. "Quintessence" features parts identical to Storm's "Noregsgard". Reissued in the U.S. through The End Records.
Darkthrone started as a death metal band, but by the end of and the beginning of , when they were rehearsing the material that would eventually become Goatlord, Nocturno Culto, Zephyrous, and Fenriz developed interest in black metal. Soon they decided to abort the Goatlord sessions because the material didn't reflect what they felt, and started to compose the songs that were to be.