nocturnal album

The cover art for 「THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS STARLIGHT MASTER 14 情熱ファンファンファーレ」album has been released and the album is set to be released on 8th November 2017. It will also feature a new solo song sung by Yuko Hori and the remixed version of Nocturne!


Tr.01 Passionate Fun Fanfare(M@STER VERSION)
 Music, Lyrics
 Singer(s):Mio Honda, Akane Hino, Aiko Takamori
Tr.02 Psychic! Party Night☆
 LyricsRyuji Sakai     Music&ArrangeShingo Yamazaki
 Singer(s):Yuko Hori ( CV: Eri Suzuki )
Tr.03 Nocturne
 Music, Lyrics&Arrange:AJURIKA  
 Singer(s):Kaede Takagaki, Mizuki Kawashima, Ryo Matsunaga, Kanade Hayami, Minami Nitta
Tr.04 Passionate Fun Fanfare (M@STER VERSION)  off vocal
Tr.05  Psychic Party Night☆ ( off vocal )
Tr.06  Nocturne ( off vocal )
Bonus Track
Tr.07  Passionate Fun Fanfare (GAME VERSION)
  Singer(s): Mio Honda, Akane Hino, Aiko Takamori

anonymous asked:

Hi! Could you create a list of top 10 the best black metal bands and top 10 of the best black metal albums in your opinion? Greetings from Chile

Hello :) Of course, I can make such a list, but unfortunately there are too many good black metal bands that came out so I could not  limit myself to only 10 bands and 10 albums.

My list of bands that I personally recommend. Black metal bands from the 90s and black metal bands that appeared  currently .

Darkthrone, Burzum, Emperor, Bathory, Mayhem, Venom, Immortal, Windir, Satanic Warmaster, Moonblood, Verdunkeln, Mgła, Craft, Belkètre, Dissection, Taake, Tsjuder, Archgoat, Gorgoroth, Nécropole, Beherit, Watain, polish Arkona, Szron, Marduk, Armagedda, The Ruins of Beverast , Cultes Des Ghoules, Evilfeast, Graveland, old Behemoth,  etc …..

Albums :

1.Evilfeast - Wintermoon Enchantment (Full Album)

2. Graveland - Carpathian Wolves (Full Album)

3.The Ruins of Beverast - Rain Upon The Impure [Full]

4.Sacramentum - Far Away From the Sun (FULL ALBUM)

5.Burzum - Filosofem [FULL ALBUM]

6. DARKTHRONE Transilvanian Hunger (Full-length,1994)

7.Emperor - In the Nightside Eclipse (Full Album)

8.Marduk - Opus nocturne (Full Album)[1994]

9.Bal Sagoth - A Black Moon Broods Over Lemuria [Full Album]

10.Nagelfar - Virus West (2001) - Full Album

11. Tormentor - Anno Domini [FULL album]

12. Bathory - Hammerheart (1990) Full Album

13. Burzum - Hvis Lyset Tar Oss (Full Album)

14.Windir - 1184 (Full Album)

15.Arkona - Imperium (full album)

16.Szron - Death Camp Earth (Full Album)

17.Dissection - Storm of the Light’s Bane (Full Álbum)

18. Immortal - At the Heart of Winter full album

19.Blut Aus Nord - Ultima Thulee [Full - HD]

20. Mgla - Exercises in futility - 2015 full abum


Wild Nothing’s lead singer, Jack Tatum, came up with the album art for his second album. He wanted to have alternate covers with a classic and elegant look to them, but he felt like things were missing from album packaging. He created six distinct covers for the vinyl release of the album, all individually beautiful art that embody the dream-pop sounds that flow through Nocturne. (x)



Blissful dreamy pop.


“Nocturnal Mysticism Pt. I & II"
(Album: ‘Nocturnal Mysticism’ 7" Vinyl, 2016)


1993. The Nocturnal Silence

is the first album by band Necrophobic. It was Released in August 2.

Necrophobic is a Swedish band formed in 1989 by drummer Joakim Sterner and now-deceased guitarist David Parland. It is believed that the band named themselves after a Slayer song from the 1986 seminal album Reign in Blood. The pair played with a ‘revolving door’ line-up of musicians until the permanent addition of bassist Tobias Sideg?rd. This addition occurred prior to recording their debut 7" Single, The Call, in early 1992.

this is classic albums and there are cult albums. The Nocturnal Silence is both, one of the best early statements of the Swedish death metal uprising of the early to mid 90s.

          Anders Strokirk     Tobias Sidegard    David Parland    Joakim Sterner


The Midnight - Nocturnal (full album)


“Chronicler of Chaos”
(Album: Nocturnal March, 2004)

I’ve been waiting for this day for a very long time, having fallen deeply in love with indie rock and dream pop act Wild Nothing back in 2012, when the Jake Tatum lead band from Virginia released their sophomore album, Nocturne. There were rumors and mentions earlier this year that Wild Nothing had a new album brewing, and I’ve been anticipating this day since. Today, they made the big announcement. New album Life Of Pause will be out February 19th on Bella Union, and we get not one, but TWO tracks to listen to off the album. To Know You, above, is as shimmering hazey and swirly good as I had hoped. The post punk meets dream pop song is lavishly layered and heavily permeated with gazey guitar riffs, making me a very happy Wild Nothing fan indeed. For a more jaunty, mischievious track, stream TV Queen below, which has an Arcade Fire Reflektor like groove underneath its glossy sheen. Both songs appear on a music video titled The Living Album Art Of Life Of Pause, in which everything does seem to be on a slow motion pause. The film is described as “a walk through the world of the band’s forthcoming album”. 

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NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST - 3rd Mini Album “ZeTeS” (Teaser)


1993. Those of the Unlight

is the second album by band Marduk. It was released in October. It is the first album the band produced in a proper black metal style, as opposed to the blackened death metal approach of their 1992 debut, Dark Endless. Those of the Unlight is the last Marduk album to feature Joakim Göthberg on drums, as he would purely assume vocal duties by the next studio album, Opus Nocturne, and the last to feature Magnus “Devo” Andersson on guitar until his return in 2004 (where he assumed bass duties thereon).

“Burn My Coffin” was originally the title for a track that would appear on Mayhem’s De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas, the title was changed by Per Yngve Ohlin before he died. Marduk later adopted the title for the song on this album.

So is this worth getting? Only if you’re a black metal fan, and you should be if you’re reading this. And I can guarantee you complete satisfaction, as this can run with the best in black metal. True Swedish Black Metal at its finest, no doubt about it. It might take a good number of listens to really get to understand this album more though. All in all, this is an improvement by Marduk. At the time they were building their glorious future.

Joakim Gothberg     Morgan Hakansson    Magnus Andersson    B. War