|Immortal live CD/DVD details|
2010-07-16 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 19 Comments
|Infamous Norwegian black metal band Immortal are set to release a live DVD/CD of their performance at Wacken Open Air festival in 2007. The record is titled The Seventh Date Of Blashyrkh and will be released on August 6th in Europe and on September 14th in North America.|
Immortal manager Håkon Grav said: "This release has been due many years, but finally we can present IMMORTAL’s first concert DVD. The band paid their dues with hard roadwork during the first decade and then some during their career, but they were hardly given the tools and surroundings worthy of a full-blown video production like this demands. The mighty Wacken Open Air proved to be the perfect partner for us in that sense, and this was truly a special night for both the band and the fans. The band played several great shows on the reunion tour, but the fact that headlining the Black Stage at Wacken would be something spectacular was a given in advance, and now the DVD is here to prove it again. It has taken some time, but good things rarely come easily or quickly. If you were present at the show, I think you will appreciate the possibility to relive the magic, and if you´re witnessing the show for the first time within your own four walls, I hope you enjoy it just as much!"
Tracklist for both the DVD and CD:
02. The Sun No Longer Rises (from Pure Holocaust)
03. Withstand The Fall Of Time (from At The Heart Of Winter)
04. Sons Of Northern Darkness (from Sons Of Northern Darkness)
05. Tyrants (from Sons Of Northern Darkness)
06. One By One (from Sons Of Northern Darkness)
07. Wrath From Above (from Damned In Black)
08. Unholy Forces Of Evil (from Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism)
09. Unsilent Storms In The North Abyss (from Pure Holocaust)
10. At The Heart Of Winter (from At The Heart Of Winter)
11. Battles In The North (from Battles In The North)
12. Blashyrk (Mighty Ravendark) (from Battles In The North)
They are Norwegian, no?
Sweet these guys were great at Wacken, from what I've seen.
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Immortal is Norwegian. And this will be awesome, Immortal always puts on a good show, and the setlist is pretty cool.
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oh damn, terribly sorry guys, my bad. I fixed it up
What exactly is infamous about them? They're known for being one of the tamest, most non-criminal black metal bands in the scene. So satanism, no scandal. Infamous my ass.
But the corpse paint man, the corpse paint.
Picture makes me laugh.
needs more Beyond the North Waves
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I agree with Thor.
Zip try to kill... Immortal haha
I have never listened to an Immortal album. I need to rectify this.
such a funny picture
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really looking forward to this, the track listing looks great!
that picture is ethereal
Infamous my ass.
They're known for being one of the tamest, most non-criminal black metal bands in the scene; their being a black metal band is in itself worth infamy :P
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Probably going to be lol because I honestly cannot imagine this band being any good live.
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