This is a bootleg and as far as I am concerned does not have any actual value for collectors and I can't do anything but shake my head in disbelief seeing that people are actually bidding on this. I never even knew it existed on vinyl. Albums are made up of many things. I would assume that they would've been reissued least at so why buy some bootleg just because it's vinyl? I digress, the combination of the two creates an atmosphere that just fits the title so well. Some sources state that the album wasn't actually released until 1994, however the band's own website disputes this. Its black metal parts tend to be a bit too traditionally structures for that to really be the case but when it does have those moments, such as the opener Walk the Path of Sorrow, Satyricon actually do a better job of realising the sound than Burzum ever did. The album was released in September 1993 by Moonfog Productions.
This would mean ignoring all of my personal values. Satyricon haven't yet managed to become one of my favourite black metal acts but Dark Medieval Times is a different matter. Fans of second-wave black metal will doubtless want to give it a listen, but if you aren't familiar with the subgenre this probably isn't the best starting point. The rawness is further enhanced by the lo-fi and quite noisy sound production and the raspy vocals. NucleArt Joined: 05 May 2016 Posts: 226 Posted: Sat Oct 01, 2016 9:59 am Post subject: This one:? Any idea why Satyr hasn't re-released the early Moonfog stuff? Just to bve clear - I'd never do that, it's just amazing to see how well it works. Is this guy making records out of his home? Dark Medieval Times 8:11 3.
Sold Date: April 14, 2019 Start Date: April 7, 2019 Final Price: £565. But if it's a question likely to result in Ultra Gossip of VargVsEuronymous proportions, I'm happy to skip it for the sanity of the forum! I guess it's cd sourced, but there's a chance it might be a needledrop as well. On this album the long time duo of Satyr vocals, guitars, bass and Frost drums were joined by Lemarchand guitars , albeit uncredited due to parting ways with the band and Torden session keyboards. Condition: Brand New, Style: Black Metal, Duration: Album, Genre: Metal, Special Attributes: Limited Edition See More. We send orders to any country at this planet! Walk the Path of Sorrow 8:18 2. The music on the album is black metal featuring folky sections with acoustic guitar and flute. Im wondering who is releasing this edition and if anyone else here has a copy, what's the sound quality like? Lemarchand was a band member during recording but then parted ways with Satyricon and went uncredited in the album liner notes.
The album was recorded from August to September 1993. Just asking out of idle gossipy curiosity. For that money you could almnost get it pressed yourself! Satyricon's Dark Medieval Times is an example of where the artwork, title and music contained within all fit together into one big picture. . The more regular blasting black metal parts are raw. Recording information: Dark Medieval Times: The music and the lyrical concept were written between August 1992 and April 1993.
And the album as a whole is an excellent experience to take the time to enjoy. Some sources insist that the album was actually released in 1994, but evidence, including the band's official website, suggests against this. Gripsweat is intended to be used a resource for pricing vinyl records. Thanks for looking my auction! The Shadowthrone: The music was composed from August 1993 to January 1994 and the lyrics were written between 1992 and 1994. Just to bve clear - I'd never do that, it's just amazing to see how well it works. This album is one I'd count among the essentials of the genre, one that everyone who claims to be a fan should be paying attention to and hopefully adding to their collection. I think they bought almost all the back catalogue of Moonfog or at least the Darthrone related stuff.
The haunting atmospheric keyboards that grace many of those parts pull in a more majestic and at times epic direction though. It certainly does here, not only capturing it's title and artwork but also the sound of the early 90's Norwegian black metal scene. So far though, Dark Medieval Times is the first and only one that's caught my attention instantly. Box is limited to 1000 copies only, and is hand-numbered. Speaking of atmosphere there are some places where Dark Medieval Times almost becomes an actual atmospheric black metal album. But if it's a question likely to result in Ultra Gossip of VargVsEuronymous proportions, I'm happy to skip it for the sanity of the forum! Min hyllest til vinterland 4:29 5.
Things are achieved no better than during the album's 8:12 minute long title track, where the band trade off sections of black metal and dark medieval folksy atmospheres for a lengthy instrumental closure. They are sounds from two completely different walks of music, that somehow have always gone very much hand in hand with each other, this album no doubt being an early example. Do not ever support money hungry assholed like this guy. For that money you could almnost get it pressed yourself! Order 2-4 items get 10% discount Order 5-9 items get 15% discount Order 10-19 items get 20% discount Order 20 and more items get 25% discount More items - cheaper shipping. Limited to 50 apparently, obviously not official but it is gatefold appears well made. NuclearGoatVomit Joined: 24 Feb 2010 Posts: 3418 Posted: Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:00 am Post subject: Apart from looking great, what else do you want to know? But is been years since I've listened to that album and yeah everything after that is tripe. Add me if you like to your favourite sellers because I will regularly list hard to find records.
You don't know anything about the source or anything else that'd be relevant. Record prices and the record market are highly dependent on condition and individual records' pressing details. Do not ever support money hungry assholed like this guy. Into the Mighty Forest 6:18 6. To my ears, Dark Medieval Times is one of the most creative releases to come out of that scene, light-years ahead of what groups like Mayhem, Darkthrone and even Immortal were doing on their first albums. Anyone know anything about it? It was then mastered at Bel Productions. It took a while for this one to grow on me, particularly considering the rather generic lyrics and lead guitar, but it's a whole which ends up amounting to a bit more than the sum of its parts.
The recording, mixing and mastering took place from May to August 1994 in Waterfall Studios. I know the Darkthrone stuff went to Peaceville, but surely he has the rights to the Satyricon stuff? It's dark and it's medieval. Of course I will advise to take that statement with a pinch of salt because there are a good number of Satyricon albums that I haven't tried yet. Those who prefer their black metal guitar to have a bit more gloss on the production may find it a bit raw of course, but even a little more spit and polish would have resulted in part of the album's special atmosphere being lost, and special atmosphere's like this are usually what makes a true gem of black metal come to life. Because of my job I'm on the way most of the time so: Sometimes internet access is tricky-though I usually don't face any problems- so all messages are answered the fastest possible. I mentioned Nemesis Divina, the group's third album, right off the bat because it's often credited as their best release, but I'd like to refute that notion on behalf of Dark Medieval Times, which actually is the only Satyricon release that's ever really grabbed me as being something special.