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Tsjuder Streaming Full Album, Offering Track For Free Download

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Cult Norwegian trio Tsjuder is streaming latest full-length, "Legion Helvete," which can be heard in the player below. The album was originally released in 2011. Opening track "The Daemon Throne" is also available as a free download at this location.

The band's previous 2004 full length, "Desert Northern Hell" was also recently deemed as one of the black metal genre's 50 best records of all time by Decibel Magazine. The album appears in Decibel's new special issue focusing on the top 100 black metal albums of all time.

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1. Shallow Grave writes:

Great black metal band and a great album. Along with Gorgoroth and Mayhem, one of the few BM keeping true to form, cold, nasty and evil as f***. In fact Tsjuder's debut album reminds me a lot of Gorgoroth's seminal 'Under the Sign of Hell' especially the freight train drum sound. Perfect soundtrack to Winter in New England.
Well worth listening to the stream and buying the album from Seasons of Mist.
SOM re-issued 'Desert Northern Hell' earlier this year with bonus live tracks AND a full length concert DVD all for a ridiculous low price of $12.99 plus a couple bucks for shipping.

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2. shel gordon writes:

one of the better black metal bands still going today.
desert northern hell and this album I really liked equally, just solid.
tsjuder is an example that blackmetal still lives on, lets face it, the genre is down right now, unfortunantly.

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