Watain stream new album

2013-08-20 by Voivod STAFF | 18 Comments
Swedish black metal outfit Watain are streaming their new album The Wild Hunt at the official YouTube channel of Century Media Records.

album stream: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkbzvTuzP64&feature=player_embedded

The album is officially out today (August 20).

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DarkNoctus
August 20th 2013
9886 Comments


probably bad

Nocturnal
August 20th 2013
1329 Comments


Surprisingly good.

Wizard
August 20th 2013
20078 Comments


Heard one song off this....Noctus is right. Rest of the album is probably bad.

Hyperion1001
Emeritus
August 20th 2013
19975 Comments


not probably, definitely terrible

Ire
August 20th 2013
41948 Comments


gay band

Wizard
August 20th 2013
20078 Comments


For someone so convicted in their black metal/ devil worshiping ways, I would expect much better musicianship coming from a band like this.

Hyperion1001
Emeritus
August 20th 2013
19975 Comments


but in all seriousness all the true black metallers usually make the worst music

Wizard
August 20th 2013
20078 Comments


I know, right? In my mind, I would get the "great" aspects of the music down first before embarrassing myself with gothic high school faggotry.

zaruyache
August 20th 2013
16887 Comments


Lawless Darkness had some good riffs on it. Totally cheesy in its uber seriousness, but still fun at times. No real interest in listening to this, though.

Digging: Broken Social Scene - Hug of Thunder

D3rF31
August 21st 2013
27 Comments


i like watain but for a band who hate humanity so much they sure do like their fans money with all the versions of this album.

DJPaulsGimpArm
August 21st 2013
49 Comments


I thought everyone was unfairly knocking this at first. I mean, it's so fashionable to shit on this band right now. Is this really bad? Generic, sure. But bad? Not at all......then I got to "They Rode On". I have to seriously question wtf they were thinking here

FerinusCarnifexVox
August 21st 2013
805 Comments


I have been Watain for this shit?

NoMooreMercy
August 21st 2013
18 Comments


What have Watain done to be hated on this site so much? I legitimately don't know. Could you guys fill
me in on some specific events?

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 21st 2013
7454 Comments


They sell more than 243 CDs per album.


*thus spoke a black metal purist*

zaruyache
August 21st 2013
16887 Comments


Pppfft and you think In the Nightside Eclipse hasn't gone gold yet?

Dreamflight
August 21st 2013
1760 Comments


They sell more than 243 CDs per album.


*thus spoke a black metal purist*

ahahaha :D

This sounds good to me, but again I'm not really into BM.

Hawks
August 21st 2013
48620 Comments


I don't really mind Watain as much as most people here, but I still have no interest in this.

Digging: Carpathian Forest - Defending the Throne of Evil

qiblas
August 22nd 2013
449 Comments


I bought the album , I dig it!



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