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  • CD (10 septembre 2003)
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  • Label: Snapper / Olgar
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Eons ago... 28 août 2003
Par Patrick Stott - Publié sur
Format: CD
So, this is Darkthrone's Death Metal album, huh? Well, it confused... me the first time I heard it as a spotty young Death Metal fan that knew nothing of the Black Metal Inner Circle. I was expecting Death Metal a la Entombed, Dismember or Unleashed. Did I find it? Nope.
The guitar sound is familiar enough, perhaps because the guitars were co-produced by someone named Uffe? But everything else just didn't sit right in terms of Death Metal. Sure, it was brutal, but the riffing seemed strange. It was fast at times, very fast, but also very simplistic. This was evident right from opener "Cromlech". The vocals were odd too. At a time when Death Metal vocalists were generally involved in vocal limbo dancing ("how low can you go?"), vocalists Zeb Skjellum and Hank Amarillo (where were the pseudo-mythical names then?) sang with a raspier tone than was normal for the time.
Compared to later Darkthrone releases, the production is sparkling, although don't expect Def Leppard style clarity. Darkthrone's famous stripped down raw sound still hadn't developed. There is actually some separation between the instruments. And wonder of wonders, it sounds like the rest of the band actually brought the bass player along to the studio this time round. The drumming is not quite as fast as later releases, but is far heavier. Solos are used sparingly, but to great effect. Also surprising now is that none of the band members were trying to look like badgers or hedgehogs- no corpse paint or spikes anywhere.
While elitist Black Metal fans may dismiss this album as Death Metal in hindsight, many Death Metal fans will have problems getting their head around a lot of this. It is a strange album, not fully fitting either genre. On the Death Metal side, there is the guitar tone, the heaviness and bottom end, and the "normal" names and look of the band. For Black Metal fans, the lyrics are purest bleakness, the riffs are blackened, and the vocals are almost there. Death Metal or Black Metal? I still don't know. It's up to the listener to decide.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 The only legitimate 'dark metal' release 29 janvier 2003
Par death metal and black metal - Publié sur
Format: CD
During the early days of Darkthrone, they knew they wanted to not be death metal as it was practiced by others, but had not yet found the religion of Bathory and Celtic Frost that opened their eyes to black metal. Thus "Soulside Journeys" was created in a style of death metal technique and black metal presentation that is best described as "dark metal."
Tempos are generally slower or mid-paced, and riffing uses the abrasive Swedish-Sunlight-Studios-style distortion to mask contemplative melodic riffs which unfold slowly into themes across the course of each song. Mood is regulated with graceful poise in rhythm and cadence, and delivery on the level of the subtle building to the intense, a reversal from how death metal sees things. Vocals are low but rasping, as a precursor of black metal to come, and the avant-prog drumming of wizard Fenriz (Hank Amarillo) is impressive in its own right.
This album rests against the other Darkthrone albums on my shelf but is not of the same ilk, nor the same mood - where blackmetal is perfect for a dark midnight fury, this album is best suited to the calm hours of the night when all things are ambiguous, and mortal fear can be understood in its only meaningful context, isolation.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth a look if you like heavy music... 2 janvier 2004
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Format: CD
Just a little history for any uninitiated who may be curious: This was actually the first album released by Dark Throne in 1990-91,at least in the US, under the Peaceville label. This initial offering, while certainly featuring some intense riffage, actually had more of a death metal flavor than subsequent releases. Perhaps I have heard too much, but to my mind's ear, the Soulside Journey album has always held a favored place as more of a doom/fantasy composition rather than the speed metal squall that has come to be associated with black metal. I would offer it for consideration to anyone with a real interest in death/gloom/doom or even gothic music. This album has that certain sort of heaviness that goes beyond merely playing your licks faster; and it is delivered with that heart-felt rawness that bands so rarely manage to hold onto after their first album. While I am not dissing their later albums in the least, I do miss the other-wordly feel of Soulside Journey which still sounds different and fresh, even today. Amazon has a new DigiPak cd release featuring an interview with the band that is cheaper than the import disk in case you are just experimenting.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Underrated Death Metal Classic... 10 juillet 2004
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Format: CD
I just don't see why this album isn't liked all that much. I think it's one of the better Death Metal albums ever released. This was also my first Death Metal album.
The level of musicianship on this album is amazing, especially compared to Darkthrone's later releases, which were very primitive and minimalistic in songwriting (not a bad thing; I also love their later stuff as well). This album shows a lot of promise, and I've been wondering for awhile how Darkthrone would be today if they'd stayed in the Death Metal path. This reminds me of some other bands, like Entombed or Slipknot for example, who played Death Metal in the beginning (check Entombed's Left Hand Path and Clandestine, and Slipknot's Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat.), but have changed their style around a bit (Entombed adding Rock influences, Slipknot becoming Nu Metal).
Every song here is great, but if I had to pick a favorite, it'd probably be Sempiternal Sepulchrality. Other good songs include every song here. In fact, I'm FAR from being a big fan of instrumentals (on Metallica's first four albums, the only instrumental I can enjoy is Anesthesia - Pulling Teeth from Kill 'Em All), but the two instrumentals present here (Track 4, Accumulation of Generalization, and track 11, Eon) are great songs, which aren't pretentious and dragged-out, and they actually enhance the mood of the album as a whole.
Every song here except for the instrumental tracks has at least one guitar solo. Nocturno Culto's solos are some of the best I've ever heard. I honestly can't tell who's singing on this album though. No one in the lineup is listed as a singer, but Fenriz is listed as lyricist. In the interviews on this digipak version, from what I remember, neither Fenriz nor Nocturno Culto say who sings on this album. Although I have a feeling it's Fenriz, because I know he sings on Darkthrone's early demoes, yet the vocals here sound different. Oh well.
Overall, like the title of this review says, this is a true Death Metal classic. Few other Death Metal albums I've heard measure up to this (one album that is just as good, if not better, is Nile's Amongst The Catacombs Of Nephren-Ka). The music is very technical, yet very atmospheric (the keyboards in certain parts remind me of a combo of Morbid Angel's Altars of Madness and Nocturnus' Ethereal Tomb), and envokes unique moods just like Under A Funeral Moon or Transilvanian Hunger. If you find this in a store near you, or on Ebay or whatever, I highly reccomend this album.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 classic black death metal cd soulside journey 17 juin 2016
Par PANTERA kings of metal - Publié sur
one of the best Black Metal & Death Metal cd in are past. i love Darkthrone black metal music. one should act what if they stay blackdeathmetal like vader ,morbid angel, dimmu borgir,
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