Darkthrone ‎– Plaguewielder - CD

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Plaguewielder was the name of Darkthrone's ninth album and it was originally released in 2001.
The album contained the trademark Darkthrone riffing in the black metal style, plus fast and mid-tempo tracks mixed with punk and heavy metal influences from the 80s and beyond, plus a production which brought an extra clarity to the overall execution.

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