Darkthrone ‎– A Blaze In The Northern Sky - CD

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A Blaze In The Northern Sky, Darkthrone's second album, was originally issued in 1992 and was without question the blueprint release for the Black Metal scene.

An album that defined the now ubiquitous phrase 'True Norwegian Black Metal', it was hailed on release as an album of true scene shifting greatness.

The album saw a whole new blacker than black Darkthrone, new names, new sound and highly visual black and white artwork.
Fenriz claimed 'This is the new Darkthrone, the old Darkthrone is dead'.

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