Bathory ‎– Twilight Of The Gods

Black Mark Production ‎– BMLP 666-6
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  • Design [Album Cover] , Photography By [Album Back Cover Photo Designed, Buildt And Photographed By], Artwork [Collage], Lyrics ByQuorthon
  • Mastered ByBA-CR*
  • Music ByQuorthon (tracks: A1 to B3)
  • Photography By [Album Front Cover]Oscar Kihlborg, Rick Ridgew
  • ProducerBoss (2)


Includes printed inner sleeve with lyrics.

Published by Progressive/Black Mark Production
℗ & © 1991 Black Mark Production
Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 012743 000618
  • Barcode (String): 4012743000618
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): BA-CR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): BA-CR

Other Versions (5 of 42) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IROND CD 02-294 Bathory Twilight Of The Gods(CD, Album) Irond IROND CD 02-294 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
MM-0555 Bathory Twilight Of The Gods(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Mag Magic MM-0555 Poland 1992 Sell This Version
WBM 200.221 Bathory Twilight Of The Gods(Cass, Album) Wizard (4) WBM 200.221 Bulgaria 1997 Sell This Version
BMCD 666-6 Bathory Twilight Of The Gods(CD, Album, RE) Black Mark Production BMCD 666-6 Austria 2003 Sell This Version
KPL-3034 Bathory Twilight Of The Gods(LP, Album) King Record KPL-3034 South Korea 1993 Sell This Version


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April 26, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I think Twilight of the Gods would have gone down as absolutely legendary if Quorthon had just done backing vocals (which I think he was able to do pretty well) and had brought on a more talented vocalist to front this album. The melodies here are simply fantastic and would have been fuckin' epic with a singer who could hit the notes perfectly. However, I don't particularly care for the Hammerheart track at the end which doesn't really mesh all that well with the rest of the album (though I get what he was going for) and just has such a cheap synthesized sound to it.

Ultimately I can (though, with difficulty) look past the vocals and enjoy what's here, but it could have been so much better. Take that more as a compliment to Quorthon's talent for crafting great instrumentals than an insult for him not being a very good clean singer.


March 18, 2017
Dear all,
My copy looks NM, but bas surface noise and cracks on calm parts. I have the feeling that it is the case for all copies. Could anyone say if he owns A perfect copy without any cracks ?


September 29, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Probably the finest metal album ever cut to vinyl. Set on an epic scale that has never really been matched to this day. Although thoroughly outstanding at every turn. The album is singularly defined by its title track. Giving some real honest, poured from the soul social commentary that is still as relevant to todays world as it was when first recorded. Perhaps even more so nowadays, judging by how fast things seem to be going down the toilet these last few years..

The rest of the album is a more tempered extension of the subject matter that was touched upon in "Hammerheart", Quorthons previous album. With some strong Viking / Scandinavian culture themed songs and much improved musically through more complex arrangements and better production. These were very much the first of their kind (along with Hammerheart), and of course, providing the spark for the Viking Metal sub genre that we see today.

"Woe all small creatures, it's the Twilight of the Gods..."

Real Ragnarock n roll....