Bathory is the debut studio album by Swedish extreme metal band Bathory. It was released in October 1984, through Tyfon Grammofon. It is deemed by many fans and critics to be the first black metal record. Bathory had been formed in 1983. The band's frontman, Quorthon, worked part-time at the small record label Tyfon. In late 1983 and early 1984, the label was putting together a compilation of songs by Scandinavian metal bands
Album Name Bloodbath. Other productions from Bathory. Nordland II. Nordland I.
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Bathory is the debut studio album by Swedish extreme metal band Bathory. It was released in October 1984, through Tyfon Grammofon Contents. 1 Background and recording. 2 Release and reception.
Bathory - Blood Fire Death. Bathory - Under The Sign Of The Black Mark. Sabbath Black Veil Brides Blacklisted Me Blackthorn Blind Guardian Blood Ceremony Blood God Bloodbath Bloodbound Bloodrocuted Bloodsoaked Blue Öyster Cult (Blue Oyster Cult) Blue Waffle Blues Pills Blues Rock Blutengel Bo Hansson Boal Bob Catley Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Bolt Thrower Bolzer Borealis Borknagar Bosse Brain Drill Brainstorm Brimstone Coven Broken Hope Brume Noire Brutal Death Metal Brutality Brutus Brymir Bullet For.
Album · 1984 · 10 Songs. Though Venom had named an album Black Metal two years earlier, the 1984 debut by Sweden’s Bathory is what really established the genre’s sound-no human had ever sung with the phlegmy, demonic screech that Quorthon does here. The band’s murky, zero-fidelity mixture of Motörhead’s momentum with Black Sabbath’s pagan pessimism adds up to a battering ram of depravity. The nefarious subject matter of tracks like Storm of Damnation and Raise the Dead just makes the creep show creepier.
|A2||In Conspiracy With Satan|
|A4||Raise The Dead|
|A6||The Return Of Darkness And Evil|
|B2||Satan My Master|
|B3||In Nomine Of Satan|
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