Abbath Abbath [Digipack CD]
Last available copies in limited deluxe reverse board digipack, that also includes an amazing 16-pages offset booklet, of the full-length studio album that means the start of the solo career for one of the main icons from the Norwegian black metal scene, Abbath, just after he left Immortal, with no less than King (Gorgoroth, God Seed, Ov Hell...) on the bass duties... “Abbath” is an album plenty of those characteristic riffs of the musician from Bergen, of those anthemic mid-tempo hymns with a touch of epic Bathory, Motörhead or even Kiss that will not disappoint to their most loyal fans or, in general, to the ones who enjoy with the most actual Norwegian black metal...
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