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Darkthrone - Frostland Tapes

Darkthrone - Frostland Tapes
July 23, 2008, 02:54:40 PM


Darkthrone - The Frostland Tapes

Apparently US release is August 19, 2008.

Disc 1

Land of Frost (1988)
"Land of Frost"
"Winds of Triton"
"Forest of Darkness"
"Odyssey of Freedom"
"Day of the Dead"

A New Dimension (1988)
"Twilight Dimension"
"Snowfall"

Thulcandra (1989)
"Eon"
"Thulcandra"
"Archipelago"
"Soria Moria"

Disc 2

Cromlech (1989)
"The Watchtower"
"Accumulation of Generalization"
"Sempiternal Past/Presence View Sepulchrality"
"Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia"

Live in Denmark (1990)
"Cromlech"
"Sunrise over Locus Mortis"
"Soulside Journey"
"Accumulation of Generalization"
"Sempiternal Past/Presence View Sepulchrality"
"Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia"
"Neptune Towers"

Disc 3

Goatlord instrumental (1991)
"Rex"
"Pure Demoniac Blessing"
"The Grimness of which Shepherds Mourn"
"Sadomasochistic Rites"
"As Desertshadows"
"In His Lovely Kingdom"
"Black Daimon"
"Towards the Thornfields"
"(Birth of Evil) Virgin Sin"
"Green Cave Float"
"A Blaze in the Northern Sky"
"Fenriz Drum Solo"

Label site for Frostland Tapes

While I'm sceptical of the Darkthrone hype machine, this seems to be older material of value. Has anyone heard it yet?

Re: Darkthrone - Frostland Tapes
July 23, 2008, 10:44:06 PM
Well, the demos have been bootlegged to infinity, in addition to having been in Audiofile for some time.  This release is there as well. 

The "live in Denmark" appears to be from the same (or a similar) show as appeared on The Roots of Evilness bootleg.  We all know where the Goatlord tracks come from, but they might be nice to hear without Fenriz's useless vocals.  Have little clue if the instrumental version has already been distributed widely or not.

There is nothing terribly pressing about their earliest material...DT are one of those bands who developed with time and age.  Given the general availability of most of this stuff, I think "hype machine" is a good way to characterize the motivation behind this release.