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Bathory - Octagon mp3 download

Performer: Bathory
Title: Octagon
Style: Black Metal,Death Metal,Heavy Metal,Scandinavian Metal
Location: Hellhole Studios
Duration: 39:45
Released: October 17, 1995
Date of recording: January 30, 1995 - March 23, 1995
Size MP3 version: 1893 mb
Size FLAC version: 1604 mb
Size WMA version: 1697 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 653
Format: DXD FLAC WAV WMA RA AUD
Genre: Pop Rock

Bathory - Octagon mp3 download


Banda: Bathory Álbum: Octagon Año: 1995 Lista de canciones: 01 - Immaculate Pinetreeroad 02 - Born to Die 03 - Psychopath 04 - Sociopath 05 - GRCY 06 - Century 07 - 33 Something 08 - War supply 09 - Schizianity 10 - Judgement of Posterity 11 - Deuce (Kiss cover).

Octagon is the eighth studio album by Bathory, released on 17 October 1995 through Black Mark Production. Immaculate Pinetreeroad - 2:46.

Octagon is the eighth studio album by Swedish extreme metal band Bathory. It was released in October 1995, through Black Mark Production. It continues the retro thrash metal style of the previous album, Requiem. It was reissued in 2003, with the first two tracks combined and "Winds of Mayhem" outro added. All tracks written by Quorthon, except "Deuce", written by Gene Simmons. Quorthon – vocals, guitar. Kothaar – bass guitar.

This is easily the worst Bathory album and one of the worst thrash metal albums, period. I advise everyone to steer clear of this unless you HAVE to listen to his entire catalogue. By extension, Octagon doesn't fit in or belong to the remainder of Bathory's discography. Not because it incorporates unwelcome, unimpressive groove metal elements or terrible lyrics in tracks like "Psychopath" that feel like something an angsty teen would pen after being the last picked for volleyball teams in Phys.

Released date 01 May 1995. Labels Black Mark Production. Recorded at Hellhole Studios. Music StyleThrash Metal. Members owning this album185.

Octagon ‎ (CD, Album, RM). Black Mark Production. Bathory - Octagon - 1995 (Full Album).

Octagon is the eighth studio album of the extreme metal band Bathory, released in 1995 through Black Mark Production. It continues the retro Thrash Metal style of the previous album Requiem. It was reissued in 2003, with the first two tracks combined and The Winds of Mayhem – Outro added. With Requiem and Destroyer of Worlds, Octagon is one of the least appreciated Bathory’s albums, but it also represents a great example Thrash Metal old school. Producers Quorthon & Quorthon And Boss. Nordland II. Nordland I. Show all albums by Bathory.

Blood On Ice by Bathory. Destroyer Of Worlds by Bathory. Twilight Of The Gods by Bathory. The Retur. by Bathory. View all albums . Octagon. By: Bathory (1995, Rock). 1. Immaculate Pinetreeroad.

Album Octagon (1995). Label Black Mark Production. Bathory "Octagon" (1995) album. Immaculate Pinetreeroad Lyrics.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Immaculate Pinetreeroad #930 Quorthon Bathory 2:46
2 Born to Die Quorthon Bathory 3:58
3 Psychopath Quorthon Bathory 3:20
4 Sociopath Quorthon Bathory 3:10
5 Grey Quorthon Bathory 1:15
6 Century Quorthon Bathory 4:08
7 33 Something Quorthon Bathory 3:16
8 War Supply Quorthon Bathory 4:42
9 Schizianity Quorthon Bathory 4:17
10 Judgement of Posterity Quorthon Bathory 5:11
11 Deuce Gene Simmons Bathory 3:42

Credits

Bathory - Primary Artist
Rex Lufer - Engineer
Rex Luger - Engineer
Tom Mueller - Mastering
Quorthon - Artwork, Composer, Cover Design, Layout Design, Photography, Producer
Gene Simmons - Composer
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The stylistic ambiguity continues with the band’s eight album Octagon, where now they head directly into another brand of poorly-produced Grindcore/Metalcore. This time, however, the results are somehow better: the mixing is amateurish, but it gives the music a claustrophobic quality that may recall Slipknot and Malevolent Creation. The snares sound thin, but the guitars wouldn’t be out of place in a Napalm Death album. Naturally, Quorthon’s vocals are once again desperately strained and the album is reserved only for fanatics, but a feature or two of this album aren’t totally worthless. Included is a final Kiss cover of “Deuce”, one of Ace’s first and stronger influences. Preferable to Kreator’s Cause for Conflict.Highlights: “Immaculate Pinetreeroad #930”, “Judgement of Posterity”.