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Opus Nocturne
Marduk
Opus Nocturne
Genres: Rock, Metal
 
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1994 album for the Osmose Productions label by the dark metal act. Nine tracks including 'Sulphur Souls', 'Autumn Reaper' & 'Opus Nocturne'. Standard jewel case.

      
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All Artists: Marduk
Title: Opus Nocturne
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Osmose Productions
Release Date: 10/24/1995
Album Type: Import
Genres: Rock, Metal
Style: Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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1994 album for the Osmose Productions label by the dark metal act. Nine tracks including 'Sulphur Souls', 'Autumn Reaper' & 'Opus Nocturne'. Standard jewel case.

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The Worst Marduk CD
Ted | Australia | 09/04/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Opus and La Grande are the worst Marduk CD's. I would recommend Panzer Division instead its faster played Black Metal not repetitive like Opus and doesn't drag out to be unmemoriable."
Opus masterpiece
C. Gladys | cali. colombia | 02/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"BORING?????...not, minimalistic.....not, raw, oh oh oh yes.....
this is an ocult masterpiece, foward step heaven shall burn, the ultimate act of a good and powerful vocal ( joakim grave) , maybe much people by dissapointing with this review, but I dont care, for me all marduk albums is a little operetta , fantastic, older sweden school black metal, blacker than darkness, hey you fans of true black metal try to hear this magnificent album, is a sweet sin in yours ears........."
Another excellent Marduk slab
Michael E. Mitchell | Minocqua, WI USA | 04/28/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I strongly disagree with all these "worst" reviews of this album. While I admit that "La Grande..." did kind've stink, "Opus.." is pretty good! I have the original version, not the re-release, so some of the following may not apply to the newer version. The sound is extremely raw (in a good way; if you want "nice" production, why are you even listening to Marduk!?)and some great guitar riffs are found here. It is not murderously fast throughout the album, but any fan of Marduk KNOWS that they are not always fast, faster, and fastest. There is a great mix of songs on here, and includes the fantastic stand-outs "Sulphur Souls", "Wolves part 2", and the unforgettable homage to NWOBHM "Materialized in Stone". It is a diverse album (not as "diverse" as "La Grande...", so don't fear that!) that doesn't deserve the abysmal reviews it's gotten. I was always quite keen on it, and was rather shocked to see that other fans hold it in such low regard. Though it isn't MY "favourite" of theirs, I think this album can be enjoyed by fans of other MeTal genres, as well as Black MeTal novices and veterans. I WILL say that the cover "art" stinks, though!"