Track 1 taken from 1991 "Demo" Track 2 taken 1993 "Svarte Dauen" EP Track 3 & 4 taken from 1992 DSP productions "Burzum" - Album Track 5 taken from 1993 DSP productions "Aske" - MLP Track 6 taken from 1993 Misanthropy records "Hvis Lyset Tar Oss" - Album Track 7 taken from 1994 Misanthropy records "Det som engang var" - Album Track 8 taken from 1996 Misanthropy records.
Album Name Anthology - Lord of Darkness. Data de aparición 2005. Labels Ningun label conocida. Estilo MusicalBlack Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum8. 1. Channeling the Power of Souls into a New God. 2. Once Emperor. 3. Ea, Lord of the Depths. 4. War Stemmem Fra Taarnet. 5. Hvis Lysset Tar Oss. 6. Lost Wisdom, Jesus A Tod. 7. I Heimr Heliar. 9. Et Evitt Lys Over Skogen.
Nevertheless, this is not the first Burzum compilation bearing the Anthology tag (the first appearing in late 2001) and quite frankly, this one misses the mark by a lot, begging to ask, who put this thing together?. Culling from each of Burzum’s five proper studio albums, Anthology hits on a couple of gems, namely the mystical Lost Wisdom, which boasts one of Vikernes’ most grueling riffs. The s Det som Engang Var is placed smack dab in the middle of the album when it should be the first song
Anthology release from one of black metals most controversial bands, BURZUM entitled "Lord Of Darkness". For some it's seemingly impossible to mention Burzum without having to detail Varg Vikerness' political and social viewpoints. This collection isn't for that purpose. You'll find a wealth of information: some true, some wildly inaccurate but mostly somewhere in-between. The primary focus here will be Burzum the music and not the controversy that.
Burzum is the debut studio album by Norwegian black metal solo project Burzum. It was released in March 1992, through Euronymous's label Deathlike Silence Productions. Six of the songs were later re-recorded in 2010 and released on the album From the Depths of Darkness, as Varg Vikernes was dissatisfied with some of the original vocals and production
According to Varg, because Euronymous was too incompetent to release Burzum albums on Deathlike Silence Records, Varg decided to start his own label called Burznazg (which translates to "Dark Ring" in Tolkien's Dark Speech), that was later (in 1993) changed to Cymophane Records (Greek: "Wave to appear", the name of a gem that is shaped like an eye) and do. everything himself. In October 2003, Varg had a weekend leave from jail, and escaped during that time - only to be caught back later the same day by the police
|1||Channeling The Power Of Souls Into A New God||4:00|
|3||Ea, Lord Of The Depths||4:52|
|5||Stemmen Fra Tårnet||6:11|
|6||Hvis Lyset Tar Oss||8:05|
|9||Í Heimr Heljar||2:02|
|11||Et Hvitt Lys Over Skogen||9:12|
- Music By, Lyrics By – Varg Vikernes
NotesTrack 1 taken from 1991 "Demo"
Track 2 taken 1993 "Svarte Dauen" EP
Track 3 & 4 taken from 1992 DSP productions "Burzum" - Album
Track 5 taken from 1993 DSP productions "Aske" - MLP
Track 6 taken from 1993 Misanthropy records "Hvis Lyset Tar Oss" - Album
Track 7 taken from 1994 Misanthropy records "Det som engang var" - Album
Track 8 taken from 1996 Misanthropy records "Filosofem" - Album
Track 9 taken from 1997 Misanthropy records "Daudi Baldrs" - Album
Track 10 taken from 1999 Misanthropy records "Hlidskjalf" - Album
Track 11 & 12 taken from 2001 "Ragnarok (a new beginning)" - Bootleg album
From booklet :
This compilation album is a tribute to the glory and might of Varg Vikernes & Burzum. This CD is not to be considered as a cheap-ass bootleg, but merely a legacy, an anthology...All songs are carefully selected !!!
[There are many mistakes in the name of tracks]
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