Gorgoroth - Antichrist download album
Antichrist is the second studio album by Norwegian black metal band Gorgoroth. The working title of the album was Død (meaning death or dead). It was released by Malicious Records on 3 March 1996 on vinyl (limited to 500 copies) and CD. It was re-released several times: by Century Black in 1999, as a remastered version by Season of Mist in 2005, on vinyl in 2005 on Agonia Records (limited to 1000 copies), and on vinyl in 2006 on Back on Black Records
Antichrist (CD, Album, Promo). Antichrist (LP, Album, Ltd, Pic).
Antichrist is released in support od DSP's "Never stop the madness" campain for legalizing the use of hard drugs, etc. Infernus dedicates all his work on this album to the memory of Euronymous (1968 - 1993). Distributed by: SPV - Germany, House Of Kicks - Scandinavia, Modern Invasion - Australia/New Zealand, Fullmoon Productions - USA, Cargo - Canada, Osmose/Media7 - France, Napalm - Austria, Witchhunt - Swiss, Mystic Production - Poland, Plastic Head - UK, Damnation - The Netherlands, Shiver Music - Belgium, Repulse - Spain, Audioglobe - Italy, Warmaster - Columbia, Sound Riot.
In 1996 Gorgoroth released their second album Antichrist and with it came some of the most raw, atmospheric black metal of the time. For Gorgoroth this was very much true black metal because it was at a time before fame, controversy and criminal convictions thus making distinction between the true Gorgoroth fans and those who are drawn to it for the rebellious nature. My opinion of Gorgoroth's first album is that it's essentially unbeatable perfection, but having acquired 'Antichrist', I have to say that their sophomore release honestly gives that seminal debut a legitimate run for its money.
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The back cover of Antichrist proudly declares, "The sin of Satan is the sign of Gorgoroth. For most extreme metal bands, such a claim would be nothing more than entertaining rhetoric dreamed up by a publicist, manager, promoter, or A&R person. But Norway's notorious Gorgoroth is a rare example of an extreme metal band that really can be genuinely disturbing (as opposed to ironic, campy, or dark-humored) in a recording studio.
Download for free and listen to Gorgoroth - Antichrist (Full Album) 1996. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below.
But the truth is, Gorgoroth authenticate the entire scene. The band fully commits to their alter egos to the point that you wonder if they’re alter egos in the first place. The music sounds like it came straight from the bowels of Mordor during a blizzard – ice cold and fervently dark. Gorgoroth embrace their stereotypes and pull them off with enough conviction to embody what the Norwegian black metal scene is all about. Not much has changed since their debut Pentagram. The production is slightly crisper, the vocals are more dynamic (Hat and Pest split vocal duties this time), and the vaguely.
Antichrist (Gorgoroth album). Antichrist is the second studio album by Norwegian black metal band Gorgoroth. It was released on 3 June 1996 on LP (limited to 500 copies) and CD on Malicious Records, and was re-released several times: in 1999 on Century Black, as a remastered version on Season of Mist in 2005, on LP in 2005 on Agonia Records (limited to 1000 copies), and on LP in 2006 on Back on Black Records. The Back on Black LP was released in a gatefold sleeve, and included a guitar pick signed by Infernus.
|A1||En Stram Lukt Av Kristent Blod|
|B1||Possessed (By Satan)|
- Drums – Frost
- Guitar, Bass – Infernus
- Mixed By – Infernus
- Producer – Pytten
- Vocals – Hat , Pest
NotesPicture Disc Limited To 400 Copies
Hat Vocals Track A2, A3, B3
Pest Vocals Track A1, B1, B2
|MR 008||Gorgoroth||Antichrist (CD, Album)||Malicious Records||MR 008||1996|
|ARLP023||Gorgoroth||Antichrist (LP, Album, RE)||Agonia Records||ARLP023||Poland||2005|
|RR181||Gorgoroth||Antichrist (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Regain Records||RR181||Sweden||2011|
|BOBV042LP||Gorgoroth||Antichrist (LP, Album, RE)||Back On Black||BOBV042LP||UK||2005|
|none||Gorgoroth||Antichrist (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Not On Label||none||UK||2012|