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Twilight Of The Gods

by Bathory

Twilight Of The Gods by Bathory

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Twilight Of The Gods

by Bathory

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Label: Black Mark
Named for Wagner's Gotterdammerung, Twilight of the Gods serves as the last word on the epic tradition and banquet hall-worthy moves of Viking metal, despite the fact that Bathory, as well as a handful of their fellow Scandinavians, continued to release similarly styled records. "Blood and Iron" and "Under the Runes" form a one-two punch of majestic brutality that is simply unmatched in metal. The title cut is an all-time classic (bass solo!), and "Hammerheart," based on Gustav Holst's Planets, is the only song to play at your floating bonfire ship burial.

About This Album

Named for Wagner's Gotterdammerung, Twilight of the Gods serves as the last word on the epic tradition and banquet hall-worthy moves of Viking metal, despite the fact that Bathory, as well as a handful of their fellow Scandinavians, continued to release similarly styled records. "Blood and Iron" and "Under the Runes" form a one-two punch of majestic brutality that is simply unmatched in metal. The title cut is an all-time classic (bass solo!), and "Hammerheart," based on Gustav Holst's Planets, is the only song to play at your floating bonfire ship burial.

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About This Album

Named for Wagner's Gotterdammerung, Twilight of the Gods serves as the last word on the epic tradition and banquet hall-worthy moves of Viking metal, despite the fact that Bathory, as well as a handful of their fellow Scandinavians, continued to release similarly styled records. "Blood and Iron" and "Under the Runes" form a one-two punch of majestic brutality that is simply unmatched in metal. The title cut is an all-time classic (bass solo!), and "Hammerheart," based on Gustav Holst's Planets, is the only song to play at your floating bonfire ship burial.