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NOCTERNITY

NOCTERNITY
October 18, 2004, 07:01:19 PM
Greek black metal band influenced by old Emperor, Burzum and Bathory.

No official site but here are some related links:

http://www.tartareandesire.com/bands/nocternity.html

http://hrefhead.tripod.com/nocternity.html

http://www.solistitium.com/releases/SOL040.html

Here is the only song clip I managed to scrounge up:

http://blackholemag.com/musicas/nocternity_enoria_preview.mp3

It sounds fairly decent.  I'm still on the hunt to see if I can find any post-1996 black metal that is worth while.  I stumbled on this band in the search and they have some potential but right now they still haven't quite broken from the mundane barrier (at least from what I can hear in the small sample, the 2nd portion has high promise though).  They have the promise for a more epic style I feel.  

If anyone has heard them before or has an album I'd love to have your thoughts on the band.  I wonder if it's worth pursuing.


Re: NOCTERNITY
October 19, 2004, 12:04:18 AM
i think the music sucks because it goes nowhere.

Re: NOCTERNITY
October 19, 2004, 02:07:54 AM
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i think the music sucks because it goes nowhere.


Have you heard any songs all the way through?  All I have heard is that little clip that's a splice of two songs so I can't really get a solid opinion of them.  The influences are there I just was wondering if they pulled it off.  I don't think it's an easy band to find in the states (at least near me).

Re: NOCTERNITY
October 19, 2004, 02:39:14 AM
i have listened to "onyx" & "en oria". if dc++ tells you something, try the dunkelheit hub. don't waste your money.

Re: NOCTERNITY
October 23, 2004, 06:32:34 AM
propositions

- only music that 'goes somewhere' does not suck

- Nocternity, like most black metal sucks

- Nocternity is like most black metal

- music is ideas as emotion, it doesn't have to go anywhere

-we try to create too much, too often

- there's a certain spartan air about Nocternity