Vader - Black To The Blind flac album
Title: Black To The Blind
Style: Death Metal
MP3 album: 1124 mb
FLAC album: 1852 mb
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Black to the Blind is the third album by the Polish death metal band Vader. It was released on 13 October 1997 in Europe and Poland by System Shock/Impact Records and Koch International Poland, respectively. The album was nominated for a Fryderyk Award in the category 'Hard & Heavy Album of the Year (Album roku - hard & heavy)'.
Album Name Black to the Blind. Released date 13 October 1997. Labels System Shock Koch Records. Recorded at Selani Studio. Music StyleDeath Metal. Members owning this album196. Re-Issue in 2015 by Witching Hour Productions.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Vader – Black To The Blind. Label: System Shock – IR-C-104. Format: CD, Album, Digipack.
Starry transocean of Goddess' womb Pleasure landscapes and drops of pain From vulva furnace in gracious trance Dark theology explained in light. Trample the temple of gods aborted Body denial, servile renouncement Turn your eyes inward and chant Unto the Gate of self-borne None. Heresy of the most superior kind To all of you I preach clearly now Let no rapture be out of reach Death is easy, life means ecstasy. Back to the blind seems She Above Blue and gold is seen to the seeing Intoxicate the inner expressions To keep the eyes aware and vigilant
Album (Studio full-length).
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 97/194 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Black to the Blind. BPM Profile Black to the Blind. Album starts at 127BPM, ends at 122BPM (-5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Vader.
Black To The Blind contains some fantastic songs throughout. Album opener Heading for Internal Darkness is the perfect introduction for the uninitiated, with a lot of extremely fast drumming, the usual aggressive vocals, and absolutely perfectly written riffs. This album is exactly what death metal should embody, despite being one of Vader's most often maligned albums. I honestly never understood the hate for this album, as it was my personal introduction to Vader and one that not many of their albums managed to top. However, this is still not the best thing they put out, merely a stepping stone to greatness, albeit an absolutely perfect album.