|A1||Intro / The Appearance Of Spirits Of Darkness|
|A3||From Subterranean Throne Profound|
|B1||Materialized In Stone|
|B2||Untrodden Paths (Wolves Part II)|
|B4||Deme Quaden Thyrane|
|B5||The Sun Has Failed|
Reprint, 400 x cokebottle green & black marble 12" (180g) in black poly-lined innerbag, gatefold full-color on 350g with gloss lamination, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
- Label Code: 02406
- Matrix / Runout: XVINYLX.COM 150943E2/B
- Matrix / Runout: XVINYLX.COM 150843E1/A
|Opus Nocturne (LP, Album, Limited Edition)||Osmose Productions||OPLP 028||France||1994|
|Opus Nocturne (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Green)||Osmose Productions||OPLP 028||France||1994|
|Opus Nocturne (CD, Album, Promo)||Osmose Productions||OPCD/LP 028||France||1994|
|Opus Nocturne (CD, Album)||Osmose Productions||OPCD 028||Europe||1994|
|Opus Nocturne (Cassette, Album)||Morbid Noizz Productions||056||Poland||1995|
- Edited 2 months agoInteresting work from the early Marduk period in all respects. The name "Opus Nocturne" was chosen perfectly for this album - it is the perfect music of an ominous night. By the way, the material here is very specific and diversified, in the understanding that this is not a typical monotonous Black Metal album that is listened to in one breath. Each composition has its own identity, and all together they create an album that is interesting to listen to more than a quarter of a century later. It is also worth noting that Opus Nocturne has the best artwork among all Marduk albums.
The reissue from Osmose is made very qualitatively: gloss laminated gatefold made of heavy paper, heavy vinyl in an interesting color scheme. There is a slight compression in the sound of vinyl and there is almost lack of the medium range. The sound may seem strange at first, but you can get used to it, especially if you adjust the aqualizer of your stereo setup (real DR 11). In other respects, the vinyl plays quietly and cleanly, which makes this edition worthy of your collection.