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returntothepit >> discuss >> Emperor's In the Nightside Eclipse turns 20 today by arilliusbm on Feb 21,2014 12:21pm
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toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at Feb 21,2014 12:21pm
Old news.



toggletoggle post by Alx_Casket  at Feb 21,2014 12:26pm
#thingsolderthanspence



toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at Feb 21,2014 1:13pm
^ legit LOL, Sir Blockbook



toggletoggle post by xmikex at Feb 21,2014 1:41pm
MA Metalheads salutes this milestone with an entire day dedicated to listening to Skeleton Witch and Killswitch Engage.



toggletoggle post by goat93 at Feb 21,2014 1:58pm
loled



toggletoggle post by Yeti at Feb 21,2014 3:09pm
no black slam, no care.



toggletoggle post by Goatrider  at Feb 21,2014 6:38pm
Such a great album, it really does feel like the epitome of Black Metal more and more with each listen. Also, the recording itself is sonically flawless for the music, too. The way the guitar and keyboard tones are balanced together gives it the perfect atmosphere.

I always get the ending to Inno a Satana stuck in my head after each listen. Damn thing is just plain majestic.



toggletoggle post by conservationist  at Feb 21,2014 8:48pm
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toggletoggle post by MotleyGrue at Feb 22,2014 2:12am
Goatrider said[orig][quote]
Such a great album, it really does feel like the epitome of Black Metal more and more with each listen. Also, the recording itself is sonically flawless for the music, too. The way the guitar and keyboard tones are balanced together gives it the perfect atmosphere.


Sorta like this but not in the fag way he posted it.

Such amaze album
Such atmosphere
Such 20 years
Such flawless victory
Such Mortal Kombat



toggletoggle post by xgodzillax  at Feb 22,2014 2:34am
I won tickets to see Emperor at the Great American Music Hall back in 98 or 99, but I told the dj on KFJC that I didnt listen to black metal and to give them to someone who listened to black metal. I wasnt even trying to win them, I was just calling to request a song.. I regret not going, but I was only 15 or 16



toggletoggle post by GeminiII at Feb 22,2014 4:12am edited Feb 22,2014 4:15am
I remember buying this album at a store at the age of 14. The person that I asked at the place if it was worthwhile said it was an absolute masterpiece. It has haunted me for almost as long as its been out. Thick atmosphere and entrenched with a murderous history and flawless production with unparalled music ality. The vinyl is a peice of history



toggletoggle post by BBoANP_nli at Feb 22,2014 11:18pm
There's chicks dancing on poles, legally, right now, that were born two years after this album came out. Harsh reality.



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