For their final album before splitting up (for the first time) in 2003, Immortal wrote some of their best songs. The trifecta of One By One, the ferocious title track, and the whirling death march of Tyrants is perhaps the finest opening salvo in the genre. Stacked with insanely catchy riffs, ripping solos, and furious tempos, Sons of Northern Darkness set a new bar for corpse-paint commandos everywhere while solidifying Immortal’s reputation as masters of Norwegian black metal. Sons of Northern Darkness Immortal.
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Released in 2002, Sons of Northern Darkness is the seventh album by the Norwegian black metal band Immortal. Musically, it continues the blackened thrash metal style heard the two previous releases At the Heart of Winter and Damned in Black with even more modern and polished production. This was the band's first release on Nuclear Blast Records. The bassist, Iscariah, who only played bass on One By One, left the band shortly before the album was released, and the band broke up the following year. They reformed in 2007. Released in 2002, Sons of Northern Darkness is the seventh album by the Norwegian black metal band Immortal.
Immortal's Nuclear Blast debut, and this Norwegian trio's seventh album to date, Sons of Northern Darkness, marks a monumental statement that reverberates throughout the black metal community. Sons of Northern Darkness is arguably one of the best black metal releases ever put forth, as it fully articulates what many other bands of this nature fail to embrace. Thick, meaty riffs dominate the album, as guitarist Abbath shreds the competition with mind-blowing melody and relentlessly brutal power.