Darkthrone Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Darkthrone Lyrics - by Popularity

1 A Blaze In The Northern Sky
2 Paragon Belial
3 In The Shadow Of The Horns
4 Hiking Metal Punks
5 Blacksmith Of The North
6 Nowrway In September
7 Where Cold Winds Blow
8 Grave With A View
9 Summer Of Diabolical Holocaust
10 Oath Minus
11 Kathaarian Life Code
12 The Pagan Winter
13 Valkyrie
14 Circle The Wagons
15 Pervertor of the 7 Gates
16 Sempiternal Sepulchrality
17 In Honour Of Thy Name
18 The Claws Of Time
19 Crossing The Triangle Of Flames (EP)
20 The Winds They Called The Dungeon Shaker
21 Lesser Men
22 Black Mountain Totem
23 Blasphemer
24 Cromlech
25 Weakling Avenger
26 Ravishing Grimness
27 Too Old Too Cold (EP)
28 The Ones You Left Behind
29 I Am The Working Class
30 Ravnajuv
31 Transilvanian Hunger
32 Sunrise Over Locus Mortis
33 En Vind Av Sorg
34 High On Cold War
35 Love In A Void (Siouxsie & The Banshees Cover)
36 Come Warfare, the Entire Doom
37 Eyes Burst At Dawn
38 Black Victory Of Death
39 Nor The Silent Whispers
40 Accumulation Of Generalization
41 Triumphant Gleam
42 Graveyard Slut (EP)
43 Leave No Cross Unturned
44 Brann Inte Slottet
45 Earth's Last Picture
46 Black Daimon
47 Eon
48 Hans Siste Vinter
49 The Cult Of Goliath
50 Green Cave Float
51 Wisdom Of The Dead
52 Order Of The Ominous
53 Blackwinged
54 Natassja In Eternal Sleep
55 Beholding The Throne Of Might
56 Too Old Too Cold
57 Grizzly Trade
58 Sacrificing To The God Of Doubt
59 Canadian Metal
60 Pure Demoniac Blessing
61 Slottet I Det Fjerne
62 The Dance Of Eternal Shadows
63 Quintessence
64 Graveyard Slut
65 Hanging Out In Haiger
66 I am Graves Of The 80s
67 The Hordes Of Nebulah
68 Rawness Obsolete
69 Atomic Coming
70 Unholy Black Metal
71 Snø Og Granskog (Utferd)
72 Whisky Funeral
73 Dark Thrones And Black Flags
74 Snowfall
75 Oath Minus (Death Of All Oaths)
76 Sjakk Matt Jesu Krist
77 Graven Takeheimens Saler
78 To Walk The Infernal Fields
79 To The Death (Under The King)
80 De Underjordiske (Ælia Capitolina)
81 Launchpad To Nothingness
82 Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia (NRK version)
83 Norway In September
84 The Church Of Real Metal
85 Shut Up
86 Under A Funeral Moon
87 Raining Murder
88 Det svartner nå
89 Witch Ghetto
90 Sadomasochistic Rites
91 Blacksmith Of The North (Keep That Ancient Fire)
92 (The) Grimness Of Which Shepherds Mourn
93 As Flittermice As Satans Spys
94 Inn I De Dype Skogers Favn
95 Sin Origin
96 Fucked Up and Ready to Die
97 Rust
98 In his Lovely Kingdom
99 Neptune Towers
100 The Serpents Harvest
101 Forebyggende Krig
102 Crossing The Triangle Of Flames
103 Command
104 Ytterst i livet
105 Those Treasures Will Never Befall You
106 I en Hall Med Flesk og Mjod
107 Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia
108 Toward(s) The Thornfields
109 Underdogs And Overlords
110 I En Hall Med Flesk Og Mjød
111 I, Voidhanger
112 Divided We Stand
113 Running For Borders
114 Fucked Up & Ready to Die
115 Over Fjell Og Gjennom Torner
116 Skald Av Satans Sol
117 En Ås I Dype Skogen
118 Wreak
119 Striving for a Piece of Lucifer
120 I Am The Graves Of The 80's
121 Hate is the Law
122 Soulside Journey
123 Tyster PÃ¥ Gud
124 Lifeless
125 Unholy Black Metal (EP)
126 Across The Vacuum
127 Dead Early
128 Stylized Corpse
129 These Shores are Damned
130 The Watchtower
131 Gather For Attack On The Pearly Gates
132 The Beast
133 Under A Funeral Moon (EP)

Darkthrone Bio

Darkthrone is a Norwegian black metal band. They formed in 1988 as a death metal band, but after embracing the black metal style in 1991, they became a driving force in the Norwegian black metal scene. For most of this period Darkthrone has consisted of just two musicians, Nocturno Culto and Fenriz, who have sought to remain outside the music mainstream. Since 2006 their work has incorporated more crust punk traits.

The band that would become Darkthrone formed during 1986 in Kolbotn, a small suburb of Oslo. They were a death metal group by the name of Black Death whose members were Gylve Nagell, Ivar Enger and Anders Risberget. In 1988 the band changed their name to Darkthrone and were joined by Ted Skjellum and Dag Nilsen. During 1988 and 1989 the band independently released four demo tapes: Land of Frost, A New Dimension, Thulcandra, and Cromlech.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darkthrone