|3||Transcendental Requiem Of Slaves||4:49|
|5||The Dawn Of A New Age|
Speech [Spoken Part By] – Nebelhexe
|7||Du Som Hater Gud|
Lyrics By [Lyric Written By] – Fenriz
|FOG 012||Satyricon||Nemesis Divina (CD, Album)||Moonfog Productions||FOG 012||Europe||1996|
|193||Satyricon||Nemesis Divina (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Angel's Of Hell Records||193||Russia||Unknown|
|006||Satyricon||Nemesis Divina (Cass, Unofficial)||Predator||006||Russia||1997|
|027||Satyricon||Nemesis Divina (Cass, Album, Whi)||Mystic Production||027||Poland||1996|
|NM#001||Satyricon||Nemesis Divina (CD, Album, Enh, Ltd, RE, RM, S/Edition, Dig)||Nuclear Music||NM#001||Brazil||2016|
New artwork, re-mastered by George Tanderø.
Recorded in Waterfall Studios January & February Anno 1996.
All music & lyrics written by S. Wongraven between autumn 1993 and the winter of 1995.
Except for the lyric - Du Som Hater Gud - written in June 1994 by Fenriz for Satyricon.
Track 1 lyrics with excerpts from the Book of Revelations.
Nemesis Divina. The Orchard Music, WMG от лица компании Napalm Records Handels GmbH Muserk Rights Management, LatinAutor и другие авторские общества 7. The Orchard Music, WMG от лица компании Napalm Records Handels GmbH Muserk Rights Management, LatinAutor и другие авторские общества 9. Nemesis Divina Latin for divine nemesis is the third studio album by Norwegian black metal band Satyricon. It was released on 22 April 1996, through Moonfog Productions. The band have described the album as darker and more aggressive than their previous work. Nemesis Divina by Satyricon, released 20 May 2016 1. The Dawn of a New Age 2. Forhekset 3. Mother North 4. Du som hater Gud 5. Immortality Passion 6. Nemesis Divina 7. Transcendental Requiem of Slaves The most significant and creatively vital album in Norwegian Black Metal An exclusive high-class re-issue, mastered by legendary Satyr himself There are, at most, a handful of albums and a handful of songs that really define modern day black metal. Nemesis Divina is definitely one of those records, and Mother North is definitely one of those songs, Satyr boldly and rightfully claim. When Satyricon released their third album in 1996, their status as one of the. Show lyrics. All music & lyrics written by Satyr between autumn 1993 and winter 1995 except for the lyrics for Du Som Hater Gud which were written in June 1994 by Herr Nagell Fenriz, in honour of Satyricon. English song title translations: 2. Bewitched 4. You Who Hate God. A video was made for Mother North. Listen free to Satyricon Nemesis Divina The Dawn of a New Age, Forhekset and more. 7 tracks 42:45. Joe DiVita. Napalm Records. Satyricon's sound has evolved far beyond Nemesis Divina over the last 20 years. What stands out the most when you go back and listen to the album The album feels very ferocious, driven and wild. What was the reason for brining in Nocturno Culto of Darkthrone to lay down rhythm guitar on the album Nocturno Culto joined that band in the period where we made Nemesis Divina and actually became a full member. Songs in album Satyricon - Nemesis Divina Remastered 20Th Anniversary 2016. Satyricon - The Dawn Of A New Age. Satyricon - Forhekset. Satyricon - Mother North. Satyricon - Du Som Hater Gud. Satyricon - Immortality Passion. Satyricon - Nemesis Divina. Nemesis Divina is the third studio album by Satyricon , released on 22 April 1996 through Moonfog Productions. The Dawn of a New Age - 7:27. Forhekset - 4:32. Mother North - 6:25. Du som hater Gud - 4:22. Immortality Passion - 8:23. Nemesis Divina - 6:55. Transcendental Requiem of Slaves - 4:44. Categories : Satyricon albums. Black Metal. 1990s albums. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Nemesis Divina CD, Album. Modern Invasion Music. MIM 7322-2CD. Vendi questa versione. FOG 012. Nemesis Divina CD, Album, Promo. Moonfog Productions. NE 282. Nemesis Divina assures Satyricon a place in the heavy metal history books. This sweeping epic work is quintessential black metal, a seamless marriage of speed and power with intricacy and emotional content. Tempo changes, multiple riffs, and the use of synthesizer and piano create moods ranging from struggle to triumph, from horror to beauty. Not allowing things to get too subtle, though, is Satyricon's greatest asset the primal, no-frills drumming of Frost. Powered by this savage battery, Satyricon plow through Armageddon with flawless technical skill. Follow-up releases see the band re