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Par Un client le 11 août 2004
Format: CD
De loin LE meilleur album de black metal !
Noirceur impénétrable, riffs ultimes, batterie à la fois lourde (oui!) et sonique : une musique incomparable
On sent l'influence Death Metal dans la structure des morceaux et le jeu de batterie qui en devient épileptique quand ca va vite. Le tout est enregistré comme il faut, exactement et simplement comme il faut : pas trop "gras" ni trop "fond de cave" : le mix parfait pour cet album parfait : pas une fausse note, pas de synthé : radical ... PURE HOLOCAUST
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HASH(0x9031f978) étoiles sur 5 Pure holocaust it is..... 5 décembre 2003
Par M. T. Chelmowski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Immortal's sophomore full-length release 'Pure Holocaust' is considered to be the defining moment of the band. And not without good reason. The record sheds the atmospheric interludes still present on the previous record and goes out to battle with a dark and relentless call to arms. The Death Metal influence now shed, we are treated to a barrage of wicked blast beats by the band's new skin beater Erik (of later Borknagar fame) who sadly committed suicide a few years back. The slow structured riffs are replaced by the haunting, angry wails of the guitars. The classic Immortal sound is born...
This album is supremely cold and dark yet manages to avoid the often cartoonesque satanic imagery employed by bands like Dark Funeral. It makes you want to stand up and fight and unleash hell on everyone and everything in your path. An absolute highlight to me is the second track: 'A Sign For The Norse Hordes To Ride'. The hypnotic guitar theme combined with Abbath's relentless call to arms manages to spike to your imagination and produce images of fierce warriors battling for supremacy on the cold wintry plains. The interesting thing about this record is that it manages to achieve all this with relatively simple tools and relies purely on the skilled delivery of the band members and their permeating earnestness instead of supposedly 'evil' interludes and atmospheric keyboards. For this fact alone 'Pure Holocaust' stands on lonely heights alongside albums such as 'De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas' or 'Transilvanian Hunger'.
Yet again the production is great. It manages to avoid the poor garage quality of some Black Metal records without sounding overproduced. I believe that raw, garage production has its place but I am convinced that this record benefits greatly from the added clarity and edge and in doing so manages to sound colder than it would have otherwise.
If I can name one possible gripe that I have with this record it would be the fact that I wish the band let someone look over their lyrics before recording the album. Occasionally it comes across as if though they seem to enjoy using complex sentence structures and words without proper command of the language. On the other hand this gives the record a bit of added charm and is not really a major negative. To me this is THE Immortal record (although many would disagree and bestow that honor on 'Battles In The North').
This record will make the coffee freeze in your cup and make you wish you didn't throw away that wool sweater your mother gave you last Christmas. Any fan of cold and raw Black Metal really should have at the very least heard this record.
10/10
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HASH(0x9031f9cc) étoiles sur 5 A Classic by one of Norway's Greatest Black Metal Bands 22 janvier 2008
Par Kenny - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Blizzardous Blast Beats from the barren, cold winter lands of Norway. Howling malevolence from the 6 string tornado. Screams of a demon warning of the Unsilent storms found in the Abyss that is the Nordlands. Non satanic beliefs, but so evil and gruesome sounding you couldnt tell. Immortal is one the sickest black metal bands Norway has ever offered. And the album that made them Gods of True Kvlt Black Metal... Pure Holocaust.

Pure Holocaust is about winter storms. It is about the Frozen waste lands of the North. It is about cold, evil, pure black metal. This album is Purely a Holocaust of Metal. The Barrage of continous noises that never lets up makes for a truely grim classic in the genre of Black Metal. Abbath has never sounded so wicked before, singing with some of the coolest vocals I have ever heard in a band. The hellblasting drumming is phenomonal, and suprisingly enough it was all done by Abbath and Demonaz Doom Occulta. Erik is credited for drumming and even in the sick band photo on the cover, however he committed suicide before doing almost anything on the album.

The intro song, "Unsilent Storms in the North Abyss" is the perfect way to start any album. Its Fast as hell, its evil and its amazing. The album continues to be pure madness all the way through, with the next song being one of my favorite, "A Sign for the Norse hordes To Ride". Wicked hellhammers and guitar shredding makes a non stop barrage of missles pounding your ears. In my opinion though the Greatest song on this album would have to be "Storming Through Red Clouds and Holocaustwinds". Its title is perfect because the song is a... well a storm through red clouds and holocaustwinds. Its like youre getting pounded in every direction by an all out blast of insane madness. If thats not the greatest song on the album then "Pure Holocaust" could easily be. A Slow intro only prolongs youre doomed souls death when the song kicks in. Its a storm of madness. Its purely psychotic. Its a pure holocaust.

All around this is a perfect album. It NEVER, for one second, gets boring and its a classic in Black Metal. A Must-own for any black metal fan or even metal fan because they need to see what real metal sounds like. 10 stars.
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HASH(0x9031fe04) étoiles sur 5 Immortal breaks ahead of the pack 19 juillet 2005
Par M. Ness - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Pure Holocaust picks up where Diabolical Full Moon Mysticism leaves off and turns it up a couple notches. This CD absolutely grips you and refuses to let go. From the opening chords of "Unsilent Storms in the North Abyss" to the closing notes of the eponymous song "Pure Holocaust" you know something special is happening. This is definitely my favorite of the "old Immortal" CD's. (I consider At the Heart of Winter and beyond "new Immortal" as the songs are better produced and much more technical. At heart (haha...) I am usually more inclined to enjoy a better produced CD over "raw" material, but I make an exception here. This CD is just absolutely amazing. It's unfortunate that it is rarely found in stores, as this is a CD any metal fan, black in particular, should listen to. When I found my copy at a local underground metal store, I was ecstatic.

The guitar is cleaner, the drums (handled by Abbath on this record, in addition to bass and vocals) are more discernable and the general sound has improved from their last effort. The songs remain simple yet majestic, pulling you into their world and allowing you to feel their emotions. The raw, unhidden emotion of these songs forces you to put your overt self on hold and just indulge in the life of a Norseman in "Blashyrkh," the imaginary world constructed by Immortal full of Blizzard Beasts and vast sweeping snowstorms.

The appeal of this CD, as well as all other Immortal CD's, is that they don't follow the clichéd model of black metals "war against Christianity." I am fine with people having their own beliefs, but a certain amount of respect should be given to people who do not share the same beliefs as you. I myself am "undecided" and am neither pro or con religion, but I still show respect to those who truly believe. Quoted by Abbath in a more recent interview, he states "We don't believe in god. We have our own beliefs, but we still respect the beliefs of others." This adds yet another dimension to this phenomenal band, as it can play black and death metal without conveying a feeling of "F*ck Christ! Burn the churches! Kill all those Christian c*nts!" which is shared by many metal bands, black and otherwise.

In short, this album is absolutely necessary for a fan of the black metal genre. Many people consider this Immortal's best work, and they would definitely have an argument. Hell, many people consider this one of the most epic black metal CD's ever created. Buy it, download it, steal it from your scary Satan worshipping neighbor; whatever you do, get this CD.
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HASH(0x903211ec) étoiles sur 5 Another Immortal Masterpiece 9 juillet 2004
Par NocturnalFrost - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Where to begin?This album is unmatched in black metal,period.There isn't a second of filler on here either.Pure black metal bliss.The lyrics evoke visions of war and ice in a faraway land,and though Demonaz's lyrics could arguably use a touch up or two,IMO this adds to the appeal of Immortal.The guitars have a sound I can only decribe as ghostly,and the atmosphere Pure Holocaust presents is like no other.The drums at first seem buried in the mix,but I think it works because in some songs such as "Frozen By Icewinds",these amazing drum fills just pop up out of nowhere,and it sounds excellent.The music itself can easily be compared to classical music,only with amazing black metal guitar,blazing black metal drumming,and possessed vocals instead of violins,harps etc.Any of the classic composers would have been proud to have created this dark symphony,and as it stands it is Immortal's second best album,barely beaten by the follow up album "Battles In The North".Immortal are simply unmatched in the realm of black metal,and though many bands have ripped their style off,nothing can beat the masters.Hail Immortal!!!!!
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HASH(0x903212d0) étoiles sur 5 This is a pretty good CD... 23 septembre 2005
Par A. Isganitis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I happen to really like this CD, but it has taken me a lot of time to get to this point.

I first heard Immortal's music on 'Blizzard Beasts' and 'At the Heart of Winter'. In my opinion, someone who is unfamiliar with Immortal would be better off starting out there or with 'Sons of Northern Darkness' than right here.

However, 'Pure Holocaust' is a really good album in its own right. When I saw Immortal at Wacken 2002 and they played 'Unsilent Storms in the North Abyss' I figured I had better get this album and listen to it. As far as old school black metal goes, this is a fine example of what it should be. I particularly enjoy riding in my truck, listening to this album on tape out of my one speaker. Especially in the middle of the night when it's freezing outside.

Bottom line, if you want a place to start listening to Immortal, try 'Blizzard Beasts' or 'At the Heart of Winter'. If you already have a good ear for black metal and somehow don't have this album, pick it up. You won't be disappointed either way. I'm not!
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