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  1. The Cult Of Goliath
  2. You Had You Cold
  3. Atomic Coming
  4. Krauegard Slut
  5. Anderdogs And Overlords
  6. Whisky Funeral
  7. Be Underfor...
  8. Tyfter Pa End
  9. Shut
  10. Forreiggende Krig

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Darkthrone the cult is Alive 31 mai 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Darkthrone the cult is Alive.great album listening to it now.Darkthrone is
Awesome like what they accomplished. Its cool they do different styles
They don't just stick to one style. Kinda a trip they started off Death Metal then
Went to Black Metal. Now they do punk metal, Heavy Metal, And rock I give Darkthrone a lot of Credit. Yep Great Band
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Darn solid! 22 décembre 2010
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It is no secret that 2006's "The Cult Is Alive" marked a major change in musical style for Darkthrone. This Kolbotn, Norway-based duo started out by spending the better part of two decades (!) pioneering that country's extreme metal scene with a more traditional (and now world-renowned) black metal sound, But then, for their eleventh long-spinner, the group took substantial adventurous musical strides. o what's the big secret behind this new sound, you ask? Drawing heavily from the same bag as raw, genuine crust punk, Sick Of It All-esque hardcore, and early American punk (a la The Misfits). Some undeniable Entombed influences shine through, as well.

However, none of this means old-school fans should start panicking and get alienated just yet, because this is still Darkthrone, after all. Hence, there are some experimental elements on hand here, but "The Cult" is actually still every-bit-as-much a product of the black metal genre. Indeed, the band more-or-less stood by the classic black metal rulebook, meaning the bass player is usually left null and void, and guitar solos are rare (and when they do pop up, they are anything but melodic.) Also note that skinsman Fenriz, like always, eschews blast beat drumming. skinsman Fenriz eschews blast beat drumming (like always). But something that isn't all that uncommon is for the music to evoke Celtic Frost (whom has long been Darkthrone's primary source of inspiration). And frontman Nocturno Culto's Venom/Hellhammer/early Sepultura-esque classic black metal vocal rasps vocals are still a main ingredient. Finally, this record is still quite thrashy; in fact, it is equal to previous releases in that regard, too. In the end, the conclusion one has to come to is that this is first and foremost a piece of blackened crust punk, and has some elements of speed metal and death `n' roll mixed in. The result is a fairly pleasant surprise, and a very solid album through and through. Plus, it possesses a unique and refreshing quality since it is innovative enough never to run the risk of coming across as stale, uninspired, or recycled.

"Atomic Coming" and "Graveyard Shift" are two particular standouts because they especially play like full-on, unabashed, hard-rocking punk, and even leave a little bit of a pop-ish aftertaste. To get a feel of what they sound like, try invisioning The Melvins, Misfits, "Among The Living"-era Anthrax, and Bad Brains in a blender. "Whisky Funeral" is another unexpectedly punk-y number, and features a steady bass bottom, a Motorhead-like attitude, and plenty of catchy swing and swagger. On the flip side, the confidently steamrolling opener "Cult of Goliath," the buzzsaw riffage and vocal hook-backed "Too Old, Too Cold," and "Underdogs And Overlords" are all brutal tracks, and they blaze by with thrashing grooves, dissonant and often fiery, buzzsaw riffing, bottom-heavy drum beats, and skin-crawling vocals. The former track is also of note for its wild, unorthodox, shredding guitar solo.

"De Underjordiske" is the only slow and very experimental song of the bung. It is exceptionally sinister, chilling, slow-burning, and slowly plodding piece. Right after it grinds to a close, though, the boys storm back in full-force with "Hushing On God," a blistering, thunderous, and nearly breakneck sneak attack. Moving along, "Shut Up" is a definite standout on account of its exceptional drumming, including plenty of propulsive and thrashy double bass slamming and crashing cymbals. "Hushing On God"'s abrasive vocals are pretty cool, too, as are its punk-inflected bass lines (if you can hear them, that is). Closer "Preemptive Wa" wraps ithings up, albeit on a less-than-spectacular (or really exciting) note. It does score a few points for its blazing solo section near the end, though.

When all is said and done, "The Cult Is Alive" could very well be considered controversial in some circles, but as far as this reviewer is concerned, it is a clear success. After all, with the album, Darkthrone both expanded their sound and (most likely) their fanbase, too. And one thing is for certain: No matter what genre "Cult" falls under, all metalheads should find it to be a satisfying listen.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Darkthrone different way 16 octobre 2016
Par J.S. - Publié sur
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This album have a different way to do black metal. Its fresh and accelerate but continues with a cold and doom sound.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Indeed, The Cult is Alive! 14 juin 2006
Par p_drl - Publié sur
Format: CD
The clues have been there all along... Did we not catch on? For years, Darkthrone's music has echoed a rock 'n' roll/punk influence; Whether it be the gritty production of "Under A Funeral Moon", the somewhat self-satirical lyrics from early material, or the straight-up hearkening to old days on "Panzerfaust", Darkthrone always had a bit of a smirk on their face about something. People are saying, "This isn't black metal, it's crust punk with BM vocals!" Listen, the punk influence has been there for years. The last few albums have gotten more old-school oriented in their approach, and had a more remotely punk influence. Even an older song, like "In the Shadow of the Horns" openly puts punk influence out in the air.

"The Cult is Alive" is Darkthrone's full realization of what they've been nudging you about all these years. This album does contain a lot of sleazy swagger and punk rock attitude, but it's still pure black metal. You know why? Because Darkthrone is doing it the way they see fit, with the same middle finger mentality they've always had. They're having fun what they're doing, and they don't care who's looking on. THAT is the great thing about this release. Whether it be the blunt, insulting lyrics of "Too Old, Too Cold" or "Shut Up", or the drunken swinging of "The Cult of Goliath", Darkthrone have proved that they are still very much the masters of BM, and still have the ability to shape it in their vision. Nocturno Culto's vocals still croak, Fenriz's drumming is just as simple and savage, and the production is still old-school.

If you're expecting a Marduk or Dark Funeral album, don't listen to this. But if you're looking for BM with a touch of irony and humor, give this a try.
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Par Douglas Hernandez - Publié sur
Format: CD
The best black metal band of all time continues to be consistent in releasing black metal records that are true in its pure meaning. Contrary to popular, misguided opinion, every Darkthrone record sounds different from each other. While in my opinion this one reminds me a bit of the atmosphere conveyed in Total Death, The Cult is Alive sounds more developed. The harshness of the riffs is haunting; its simplicity is its main ingredient. Every song succeeds in achieving a primal purpose, and ultimately, the end product is a black metal record that knows how to rock, pure and simple. This is one of the best Darkthrone records, and the best black metal records this year.
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