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  • Album vinyle (18 juillet 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Black Mark
  • ASIN : B00151A7TM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Intro. / Blood On Ice
2. Man Of Iron
3. One Eyed Old Man
4. The Sword
5. The Stallion
6. The Woodwoman / The Lake
7. Gods Of Thunder Of Wind And Of Rain
8. The Ravens
9. The Revenge Of Blood On Ice
10. [Untitled]

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01. Intro
02. Blood on Ice
03. Man of Iron
04. One Eyed Old Man
05. The Sword
06. The Stallion
07. The Woodwoman
08. The Lake
09. Gods of Thunder of Wind and of Rain
10. The Ravens
11. The Revenge of the Blood on Ice

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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 15 mai 2004
Format: CD
C'est album composé en 1989 et terminé en 1996 s'avère être une étape importante dans l'histoire de Bathory et du metal extrème.
En éffet, Quorthon s'essaye et réussi dans un style épique, atmosphérique et mélodique imprégner de légendes Vikings et se rapprochant de l'ambiance de Conan le barbare. Un album qui amorçea la suite de Bathory avec "Hammerheart" et "Twilight of the gods". Avec Blood on ice, Quorthon prouve au monde entiers son talent de compositeur et surtout son eclectisme musical, il est capable d'exceller dans le metal brutal comme dans le metal atmosphérique. Quorthon est tout simplement un génie.
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Epic BM of the Northland 22 avril 1997
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Though recently released, Quorthon claims this material hails from the era of "Blood, Fire Death" and his masterpiece "Hammerheart". The music is more Folk/Black with obvious old school Punk influences. As usual, the recording quality is not the best, but it does boast some nice samples and catchy rythmns. The vocals are all clean, with a few variations, and on "The One-eyed Old Man" a neat sort of narration is given by Mr. Tim Earl in verse. The whole CD, if you are not familiar with the Epic music, tells a story, in this case a story of a boy whose village is razed in the intro and first song. Each song thereafter tells a part of his quest for vengence all across the Northland and even the realms of the Gods. A good album, but not as good as Quorthon's earlier "Hammerheart". The book with the CD is VERY nice and lyrics are given in both English and German. END
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The ultimate Norse metal album 13 septembre 2001
Par Shawn Rafferty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is the epitome of Viking Metal, and one of the most majestic pieces of music in creation. Recorded by Quarthon at the height of epic metal journey, it contains 10 tracks of rousing and powerful Viking metal hymns that make my heart pump faster, even 5 years after my first listen. The story is pieced together masterfully from various bits of Norse mythology and folklore, with added twists by the mastermind of Bathory. From slow acoustic songs like "Man of Iron" and "The Ravens" to the thundering heavy metal, and possibly best song of all time, "Gods of Thunder, of Wind and of Rain" this is an album every true metal fan should own.
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Makes Me Want To Raid A Village......And My Wife!! 25 janvier 2008
Par Stanley Runk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Blood On Ice is a viking themed album that Quorthon began in 89 and shelved until fan interest built up and he finally went back, tweaked it, and released it. It's a great thing he did coz few albums conjure images of the snowy Nordic wasteland like this. You almost feel cold listening to it! Usually heavy metal bands that use wintery fantasy/barbarian imagery tend to fall into either the Black metal or Power metal categories. Bathory is neither, yet will most likely appeal to fans of both. For those unfamiliar with Bathory's "viking" era, it tends to be of a heavy mid-paced sound. Even the "fast" songs here are still more or less mid-paced. Now don't go mistaking mid-paced for boring, coz this album is anything but. This isn't extremely complex and technical music, so if you've been spoiled by countless Prog/Power metal bands, you might be thrown for a loop. It's very epic with alot of "aaaaaaaaaaaaah", "ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh" type choir background vocals(I hope you can see where I'm coming from with that rather generic description). Lots of sound effects of galloping horses, running water, birds, even the sound of boots crunching through snow. The production is very raw and rough sounding as it is on every Bathory album(it's pretty much his trademark sound). Normally this could be a major complaint of an album, but in Bathory's case, it works the exact opposite and enhances the album immensely. I guess my only complaint about the raw production is that Quorthon's vocals tend to get a bit muffled and buried in the mix. Though he's using clean vocals, you need the lyric booklet to understand all he's saying. Speaking of the lyrics, Blood On Ice is a concept album. It's kind of a cliched story of a man seeking revenge for the slaughter of his village, but Quorthon adds some cool touches. One example is when the hero prepares for his battle with a creature that can't be looked upon, he has to remove his eyes and throw them in a magic lake that will grant him some kind of mystical second sight. Normally these kinds of lyrics and themes come off as extremely corny in the hands of many Power and Black metal bands, but Quorthon has a way with words. Not to mention that the songs are so damn catchy and memorable. In the cd booklet, Quorthon writes about the conditions under which this album was recorded and they're anything but epic and majestic. It's amazing he got this sound under such conditions coz you'd swear he recorded this album on top of some mountain during a blizzard. It makes for great listening, especially for this time of year(this time of year being January. It's about 8 billion below zero here as of this writing....perfect!). Very, very, very highly recommended for those who love metal, fantasy/barbarian/viking stuff, or if you're like me, a lunatic Beastmaster fan. If you like this, Bathory's Hammerheart, Nordland, Nordland II and Twilight of the Gods are also in the same vein and also excellent. It's a sad thing that Quorthon died so young, but at least he left us with some memorable and original music.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Epic Metal 17 juin 2001
Par Josh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Continuing in the vein of Twilight of the Gods, Bathory releases another album of epic Viking metal that far surpasses anything he has previously done, and can safely be labeled as the best example of Viking metal yet to be released. The songs are grand, sweeping, utilizing a full choir to enhance the music. Hardcore fans of Bathory's more straightforward Black Metal approach may disapprove, but in truth the Viking metal approach-with it's more complex arrangements and clean vocals-is more powerful than the most fast paced metal record out there-and is easier to listen to.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
For Serious Bathory Fans Only 25 juin 2010
Par Oliverio Casas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Blood on Ice was originally recorded in 1989, but was shelved at the time since Quorthon feared a possible fan backlash because of the drastic departure from the band's previous sound presented on this album. Due to fan interest, Quorthon eventually decided to re master, re edit and finally release the album in 1996. Both tematically and musically, Blood on Ice bridges the band's early, thrashy, under produced black metal albums and its subsequent viking trilogy, so for a Bathory fan this CD will undoubtedly be a holy grail of sorts.
On the other hand, as influential as Bathory's work may be on virtually every black metal band, to my ears this album is simply unlistenable because of its extremely low-fi production values.
A big part of Bathory's charm was the way Quorthon's strong songwriting and musical ambition managed to overcome his albums' awful sound, but in this case, it is just too much to handle and it can be really distracting and frustrating.
Aside from the dirty, analog four track demo machine sound, sometimes atmosphere killing extraneous noises are clearly audible, probably the product of bad sound insulation while recording. Particularly bad in this respect is Man of Iron: the song is a heartfelt and moody, acoustic guitar ballad featuring one of Quorthon's earliest clean singing performances, yet you can clearly hear car engines starting and revving in the background at the beginning!
Serious Bathory fans will surely enjoy this album since it offers unique insight on the development of the band's highly influential viking era albums, but be forewarned that the sound on this CD can be really rough sometimes, even by raw black metal standards.
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