- Demonaz Doom Occulta (Harald Nævdal) – lyrics (1991–2003, 2006–present), guitars (1991–1997, 2015–present), vocals (2015–present)
- Horgh (Reidar Horghagen) – drums (1996–2003, 2006–present)
- Apollyon (Ole Jørgen Moe) – bass (2006–present)
IMMORTAL, from the Norwegian town Bergen, established themselves as one of the most important black metal bands in the world. Formed by Demonaz(guitars) and Abbath(bass/vocals) in 1990 the band released the first three albums, Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism, Pure Holocaust and Battles In The North with different drummers, before Horgh (drums) joined the band in 1996.
The band then released the Blizzard Beasts album. Shortly after Demonaz was diagnosed with a shoulder injury. He still continued to work with the band but stopped playing guitar live. Abbath changed from bass to guitar, and the band continued with different bass players over the years, releasing the albums At The Heart Of Winter, Damned In Black and Sons Of Northern Darkness.
In 2003 the band was put on ice, but returned to the stage in 2007 and did several headline appearances and tours of Australia, New Zealand and USA. All Shall Fall was released in 2009, followed by further massive festivalshows and additional concerts worldwide. In 2015, IMMORTAL and ex-singer/guitarist Abbath went separate ways.
IMMORTAL is now working on a new album, due to be recorded in 2016 and released by Nuclear Blast Records.
BAND NEWS AND INTERVIEWS
Demonaz from Norway’s IMMORTAL speaks about the band’s upcoming new album ‘Northern Chaos Gods’ and his arm injury in an interview posted by Blabbermouth.net. Demonaz tells us about the band’s beginnings and whatJune 11, 2018 by RichardCadaver
IMMORTAL unveils the title track ‘Northern Chaos Gods’ from their upcoming album which will be released on July 6th 2018 by Nuclear Blast Records. The song premiere comes in form of a firstMay 11, 2018 by Kris Murias
On July 6th 2018, Norwegian black metal legends IMMORTAL will unleash their first studio album since “All Shall Fall”, released almost nine years ago. The legendary band has forged “NorthernApril 20, 2018 by RichardCadaver
Before finally unveiling their new album later this year, IMMORTAL are today releasing the long overdue re-pressings of their last two cult records »Sons Of Northern Darkness« (2002) and »All Shall Fall« (2009) on vinyl. YouJanuary 26, 2018 by Jule Grune
The recording and mastering of the new IMMORTAL album is completed. The band’s upcoming new full-length album has been produced by Peter Tägtgren (Abyss Studio) who also produced »At The Heart Of Winter«, »Damned InJanuary 10, 2018 by Tero Tolkki
Northern Chaos Gods / 2018
All Shall Fall / 2009
1. All Shall Fall
2. The Rise of Darkness
3. Hordes to War
4. Norden on Fire
5. Arctic Swarm
6. Mount North
7. Unearthly Kingdom
All Shall Fall is the eighth studio album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. The album was released in Europe on September 25, 2009, and in the US on October 6, 2009. The only album to feature bassist Apollyon and the last to feature vocalist/guitarist Abbath Doom Occulta.
Sons of Northern Darkness / 2002
1. One by One
2. Sons of Northern Darkness
5. Within the Dark Mind
6. In my Kingdom Cold
8. Beyond the North Waves
Sons of Northern Darkness is the seventh album by the Norwegian black metal band Immortal. Musically, it continues the blackened thrash metal style heard on the two previous releases At the Heart of Winter and Damned in Black. This was the band’s first release on Nuclear Blast Records and the last album to feature Iscariah on bass.
Damned in Black / 2000
2. Wrath from Above
3. Against the Tide (In the Arctic World)
4. My Dimension
5. The Darkness That Embrace Me
6. In Our Mystic Visions Blest
7. Damned in Black
Damned in Black is the sixth studio album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. It was released on 27 April 2000 through Osmose Productions. It is the first album where bass guitar is played by Iscariah, the bassist and vocalist of the band Dead to This World. The musical style started to embrace a more blackened thrash metal sound, a style that would be as prevalent on their next album, Sons of Northern Darkness.
At the Heart of Winter / 1999
1. Withstand the Fall of Time
3. Tragedies Blows at Horizon
4. Where Dark and Light Don’t Differ
5. At the Heart of Winter
6. Years of Silent Sorrow
At the Heart of Winter is the fifth studio album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. It was released on 28 February 1999 through Osmose Productions. It is the first Immortal album not to feature Demonaz on guitar, as he suffered from acute tendinitis in his hands. The album marks a shift in Immortal‘s musical sound, towards a black metal and thrash metal fusion.
Blizzard Beasts / 1997
2. Blizzard Beasts
3. Nebular Ravens Winter
4. Suns That Sank Below
6. Mountains of Might
8. Winter of The Ages
Blizzard Beasts is the fourth studio album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. It was released on 20 March 1997 through Osmose Productions. It is the last Immortal album to feature founding member Demonaz Doom Occulta on guitar, and the first to feature Horgh on drums. Demonaz was later diagnosed with acute tendinitis which prevented him from playing guitar at the required speed for Immortal‘s music. Stylistically, Blizzard Beasts has primarily songs that are less than three minutes long, contrasting with Immortal’s usual longer song lengths.
Battles in the North / 1995
1. Battles in the North
2. Grim and Frostbitten Kingdoms
3. Descent into Eminent Silence
4. Throned by Blackstorms
5. Moonrise Fields of Sorrow
6. Cursed Realms of the Winterdemons
7. At the Stormy Gates of Mist
8. Through the Halls of Eternity
9. Circling Above in Time Before Time
10. Blashyrkh (Mighty Ravendark)
Battles in the North is the third studio album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. It was released on 15 May 1995 through Osmose Productions. It picks up where its predecessor, Pure Holocaust, left off, featuring extreme tempos, lo-fi production and lyrics about coldness and wintery landscapes. This is the first album where the concept of Blashyrkh becomes a central focus. The last album to feature Abbath on drums.
Pure Holocaust / 1993
1. Unsilent Storms in the North Abyss
2. A Sign for the Norse Hordes to Ride
3. The Sun No Longer Rises
4. Frozen by Icewinds
5. Storming Through Red Clouds and Holocaustwinds
6. Eternal Years on the Path to the Cemetery Gates
7. As the Eternity Opens
8. Pure Holocaust
Pure Holocaust is the second album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. It was released on November 1, 1993, on Osmose Productions. It is generally faster sounding than its predecessor Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism. The lyrics focus mainly on ice, snow, and fantasy landscapes. The first album to feature Abbath on drums.
The album was released as a standard CD, as a limited LP on Osmose Productions (which was reissued in 2005), and as a limited edition picture disc in 1998.
Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism / 1992
2. The Call of the Wintermoon
3. Unholy Forces of Evil
4. Cryptic Winterstorms
5. Cold Winds of Funeral Dust
6. Blacker Than Darkness
7. A Perfect Vision of the Rising Northland
Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism is the first album by Norwegian black metal band Immortal. It was released on 1 July 1992 through Osmose Productions. The only album to feature Armagedda on drums.
When Immortal is mentioned, I immediately think of the over the top character, Abbath. With this album, I had to finally put that image in my brain to rest. ImmortalJuly 11, 2018 by Riffvader
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