DarkthroneSoulside Journey

Label:Peaceville – VILELP389
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered
Style:Death Metal


A2Sunrise Over Locus Mortis3:31
A3Soulside Journey4:36
A4Accumulation Of Generalization3:17
A5Neptune Towers3:14
A6Sempiternal Sepulchrality3:32
B1Grave With A View3:27
B2Iconoclasm Sweeps Cappadocia4:00
B3Nor The Silent Whispers3:18
B4The Watchtower4:58

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Issued with a double-sided printed innersleeve with lyrics and a limited edition sticker on back cover of some copies:
Peacevile Limited Edition 180gsm Vinyl.
Released on 180g vinyl. Made in Germany, digitally remastered in 2003.
Includes the bonus track "Eon" which was previously only available on the picture disc and CD versions of the album.

℗ 1991 & 2003 Peaceville Records © 2012 Peaceville Records.
Peaceville is a Snapper Music Label.
Made in Germany

Some copies include a double-sided Peaceville Vinyl Catalogue insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 801056838919
  • Label Code: LC 01702
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): BC74003-01 A1 MK
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): BC74003-01 B1 MK

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Soulside Journey (LP, Album)PeacevilleVILE 22UK1991
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Soulside Journey (LP, Picture Disc, Album)PeacevilleVILE 22PUK1991
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Soulside Journey (Cassette, Album)PeacevilleVILE 22-4US1991
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Soulside Journey (CD, Album)PeacevilleVILE 22 CDUK1991
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Soulside Journey (LP, Album, White Label, Test Pressing)PeacevilleVILE 22UK1991



  • Eosphorosleontos's avatar
    Edited 3 months ago
    This is an excellent repress of the classic Darkthrone debut. The artwork and insert are just as you hope with high quality printing. The sound is just as good as the original press: you can hear the bass clearly and the drum is powerful throughout the record. Too much ado nowadays about compressed sound and this and that. Even some dare to complain about "surface noise", which leads you to question whether they actually ever listened to a vinyl before this new wave of vinyl mania broke out... This pressing really rules.
    • adversam's avatar
      Never understood negative comments, this is a great sounding reissue. It has everything you demand from a Death Metal record, great bottom end, punchy and deep, great separation, good dynamic, very powerful and clean sound. Nothing is flat here or muffled. Of course I wonder how the first press sounds... But being totally honest I have several first presses of 80's and 90's Thrash and Death albums and this one sounds way better than many of them.
      • brise-fer's avatar
        I seem to have this version, but it's not the 180g, Not sure how to list it.
        • marco.bava's avatar
          No good Job Peaceville. Pure shite pressing. The Audio sucks on this. Completely flat sounding. The original Press and 1st Press cd sounds waaayyy better!!! Early 2000 remasters from all Peaceville stuff is complete trash.
          • alcoholica's avatar
            Edited 3 years ago
            This album does not sound like it was mastered from an mp3 as a previous reviewer suggests, it is a great sounding pressing, digitally sourced or not.
            • belialberith's avatar
              Edited 7 years ago
              Album is a masterpiece, from the old school Scandinavian tradition of death metal(Entombed, Dismember etc.) Unfortunately this release uses the 2004 CD remaster, if anything sounds like it was mastered from an mp3! Very disappointed. This has been the case with most of Peacevilles Vinyl releases especially the Candlemass records, will be avoiding them for the time being.


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