Panzerfaust really is the first time in Darkthrone’s career where I think they made a real misstep. This doesn’t have to do with the music itself, of course; you don’t suddenly become a bad musician or songwriter overnight, and this album dropped only a year after Darkthrone had finished their punishing ’Unholy Trilogy’ with the deceptively
Overall, the grim and bleak atmosphere accomplished by Panzerfaust is one worth noting as Darkthrone’s last “true” and classic offering. It brings together and shows exactly what Darkthrone, and black metal as a whole is all about.
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,351 in CDs & Vinyl angry listen. The last track is an electronic ambient work with vocals and percussion. Panzerfaust is one of Darkthrone’s best works (behind A Blaze and Transylvanian Hunger) and is well worth getting, as are all of their works
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Generally considered the last ‘classic’ Darkthrone before the late-90s rolled in, Panzerfaust isn’t quite as amazing as the truly classic threesome of yore (and if you need to be told what they are, stop reading this review right now, poser!) but manages somehow to kick tremendous amounts of ass anyways. It was recorded using exactly …
”Panzerfaust” is dedicated to Satyr of Satyricon. ”Quintessence” features parts identical to Storm ’s ”Noregsgard”. Reissued in the U.S. through The End Records.
Panzerfaust is the fifth album by Norwegian black metal band, Darkthrone. It was released in 1995 and was their first album with record label Moonfog Productions.
Often overlooked, Panzerfaust belongs to my favourite Darkthrone albums. It is the deep cold, dark atmosphere that gets me hooked everytime I hear this album.
Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Sputnikmusic: Panzerfaust is the fifth studio album by Norwegian black metal band Darkthrone, released in June 1995 by Moonfog Productions (Europe) and The End Records (North America). The track ”Quintessence” featured lyrics by Varg Vikernes, their second and final album to do so.. In October 2010, Panzerfaust …
Genre: Black metal
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