Darkthrone live in Lahti, Finland on this day in 1991.
Darkthrone released Soulside Journey on this day in 1991.
Darkthrone released Plaguewielder on this day in 2001.
Darkthrone released Under a Funeral Moon on this day in 1993.
Darkthrone live on this day in 1996.
Darkthrone released Hate Them on this day in 2003.
Darkthrone released A Blaze in the Northern Sky on this day in 1992.
Darkthrone release Land of Frost during this month in 1988.
Darkthrone released Transilvanian Hunger on this day in 1994.
Darkthrone released Total Death on this day in 1996.
Recorded in June the previous year, Peaceville released the iconic Under a Funeral Moon on this day in 1993. We didn't care really much for the albums at the time, we all agreed that the rehearsals we did was the most important thing. We actually rehearsed a lot......
From Peaceville's original promo sheet: Darkthrone are not like any other death metal band from Norway, in fact they are not even a death metal band! They prefer the title 'unholy black metal', which this second LP 'A Blaze in the Northern Sky' will show you.It's more of...
23 Years Ago: DARKTHRONE release Transilvanian Hunger (if any man should attempt to criticize this LP...)
Released on this day in 1994. DARKTHRONE's fourth album and, after the controversy that followed, their last on Peaceville for about 12 years. No other band has been boycotted to such an extent as DARKTHRONE. This feeble attempt to shut us up simply enables us to take this title:...
DARKTHRONE released their sixth album on this day in 1996 through Moonfog. We really didn't do a lot of interviews from 93 and onwards. We sort of came out nowhere with Total Death album, because we've been just keeping low profile.- Fenriz / Darkthrone interview, Fire Goat, 2001...