Darkthrone - Arctic Thunder album mp3
Arctic Thunder is the 16th studio album by Norwegian band Darkthrone. It was released 14 October 2016 by Peaceville Records. It was recorded from August to December 2015 at Necrohell II Studios. The first single from the album was "Tundra Leech". The album was named after a Norwegian metal band, active from 1985 to 1989. Darkthrone received permission to use the name. Nocturno Culto – vocals, electric guitar, bass guitar on tracks 2, 4, 6 and 7.
Darkthrone have announced their newest studio effort, 'Arctic Thunder,' promising the record will be more 'serious and primitive than usual. Norway's coldest duo, Darkthrone, have announced their first new album in three years and 16th overall studio effort, Arctic Thunder. Serving as the successor to The Underground Resistance, it will mark a departure from the NWOBHM styled, punk leaning morbidities they've delved in for the better part of the new millennium. To give fans an indication of Darkthrone's mindset, drummer Fenriz and t and vocalist Nocturno Culto recorded and self-produced Arctic Thunder at "The Bomb Shelter," their rehearsal space between 1988 and 1990.
Arctic Thunder is the sixteenth studio album by Norwegian black metal band Darkthrone. It was released on 14 October 2016 via Peaceville Records. The first single from this album was "Tundra Leech". The album marks a return to the band's familiar black metal style, in lieu of the crust punk-influenced sound present on many of their more recent albums, though with prominent elements of traditional heavy metal still apparent. The album is named after a Norwegian thrash/heavy metal band, active from 1985 to 1989
Arctic Thunder did come as a surprise. Even if it's scarcely different than the slower-marching black metal they did on Hate Them a decade ago, they had given every reason to believe that the Darkthrone name was now permanently dissociated from future black metal recordings. The album title is also slightly irritating, because the musical content is based on the mishmash of Darkthrone's numerous global, not only Scandinavian, Norwegian or "Arctic" influences. However, the most important thing here is exceptionally not the music. You know that I have started with a question; now I end with an urgent request.
Darkthrone’s seventeenth studio album, Arctic Thunder, bristles with a similar recognition of power, albeit over a far more hostile constituency than the prankish Norwegian suburbanites who stuck Fenriz in office. Like most of Nagell and Culto’s output since downsizing to a duo two decades ago, it’s an album tailor-made for a diverse metal electorate. Rather than Xerox their classic A Blaze in the Northern Sky, the pair express their longstanding aggression through a seamless, genre-hopping lexicon of death growls, doom dirges, and thrash runs as immediate as they are all-encompassing.
Arctic Thunder is the sixteenth studio album by Darkthrone. It was released on October 14, 2016 via Peaceville Records. The album marks a return to the band's familiar black metal style, in lieu of the crust punk-influenced sound present on many of their more recent albums. The album is named after a Norwegian thrash/heavy metal band, active from 1985 to 1989. Tundra Leech" - 5:02. Burial Bliss" - 4:59. Boreal Fiends" - 5:50. Inbred Vermin" - 5:49.
Arctic Thunder . 2016. Arctic Thunder was recorded at our old rehearsal place from 1988-1990, 400 meters away from Creative Studios where 'A Blaze in the Northen Sky' and 'Under a Funeral Moon' were recorded. Vocals done in Porsgrunn (Thanx Anders J Nod). Arctic Thunder was recordedin late 2015. The Rehearsal place is called The Bomb Shelter. Additional recordings in Skien, 2016.