Satyricon The Age Of Nero
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TricksterGRex
July 14th 2009



2087 Comments


decent black n'roll

paradox

Wizard
July 14th 2009



19343 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Nah dude, there is some really good black n'roll. Entombed's late 90s stuff does it for me.

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TricksterGRex
July 14th 2009



2087 Comments


As much as I trust your opinion I'm not sure that I can bring myself to believe it.

Wizard
July 14th 2009



19343 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Hahahahahah tbqh, you would probably hate it. It's only for losers like me.

BallsToTheWall
July 14th 2009



44194 Comments


Black n roll

Vreid >>>>>>> Satyricon. Not because they have most of Windir but they fuckin rule and make awesome concept W W II black n roll.

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Wizard
July 14th 2009



19343 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Funny that you mentioned Vreid because I refered back to your review last night and gave them a go.

Black n roll

Incorrect.

BallsToTheWall
July 14th 2009



44194 Comments


What's incorrect?

Wizard
July 14th 2009



19343 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

It's black n'roll, not black n roll. I'm being a total knob hahaha.

Groogen
August 17th 2009



28 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This album is catchy. Bumped up my rating and its not because i just saw them at Bloodstock (they were awesome)!!!

twelvegates
August 30th 2009



33 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I have never really been huge into black metal but I still liked this, and I'll look forward to their next album.

bloozclooz
March 13th 2010



1770 Comments


deary this review is hard to read

nikkivixen
July 22nd 2010



1 Comments


So...I heard the song "KING" and thought it was pretty sweet. I was suprised to learn these guys came from a Black metal background. Most black metal I've heard...when it actually has a melody it sounds like a garage punk band...otherwise it just sounds like noise.

After listening to some of their other songs, I decided I really like this band so much so that I decided to give BM another chance...yep...it still sucks. I like the idea of "black metal" being really dark and evil sounding music, but to the diehard black metallers I guess it means something else entirely.

This marks the first time I have ever appreciated a metal band's "new stuff" as opposed to their old. I dont care what anyone says, this is not a sellout album or "mainstream". Its just too damn heavy to be mainstream.

ttsstone
August 5th 2010



1 Comments


this is from china .
I also like this music . cool ... .





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Ovrot
March 2nd 2011



10490 Comments


BLACK CROW.....ON A TOMBSTOONNNEEE

Wrongjam
March 2nd 2011



25 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

me love metal, me no care if it black, death, thrash or whatever and me no care if a band start out in one form and move to another, so long as it good and this good, in fact, me like when bands change, stops 'em gettin' stale. me get pissed off with music genres that have rules, they no better than heathers style cliques.

AngelofDeath
Staff Reviewer
March 2nd 2011



16135 Comments


Oookay...

Band blows.

The Age of Negro

Ovrot
March 2nd 2011



10490 Comments


BLACK CROW.... ON A TOOMBSTOONNEEE

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
August 25th 2011



1864 Comments


Thought this was a great album,slightly more straightforward than now diabolical in terms of songwriting and song structure. Id go as far as to say that this album is their best in the 21st century, in my opinion.

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Ovrot
October 19th 2011



10490 Comments


BLACK CROW.... ON A TOOMBSTOONNEEE

pizzamachine
October 19th 2011



12571 Comments


stalking Ovrot



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