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Old 09-05-2016, 07:04 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Artwork for the upcoming album The Empire. Looks killer.
Great artwork. I'm looking forward to this album. Vader is one of the most consistent extreme metal bands around!
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never listened to Vader at all yes that right never so please help me to hear the magic of Vader, tell me one album to start with... so I can join the gang lol.....
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Start off from the beginning with The Ultimate Incantation. The band pretty much never change their sound but are solid right through their career.
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Riff is right, they've stayed true to their sound throughout their career, but their productions do vary quite a bit and for some albums, the production could be off putting.

If I had to recommend a release to someone who wants to get acquainted with the band, I'd actually recommend the 2-CD compilation "XXV". It's a collection of re-recorded songs from earlier Vader albums, from "The Ultimate Incantation" up to "The Beast", so some of their best material, but with a top-notch production. I actually prefer some of the rerecorded versions to the classic versions.



Get the limited edition; it has a very interesting bonus DVD.
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Vaders discography is full of win IMO so it's basically a pick and choose situation but two of their albums that rate highest on my list are De Profundis and Litany.

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Start off from the beginning with The Ultimate Incantation. The band pretty much never change their sound but are solid right through their career.
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Riff is right, they've stayed true to their sound throughout their career, but their productions do vary quite a bit and for some albums, the production could be off putting.

If I had to recommend a release to someone who wants to get acquainted with the band, I'd actually recommend the 2-CD compilation "XXV". It's a collection of re-recorded songs from earlier Vader albums, from "The Ultimate Incantation" up to "The Beast", so some of their best material, but with a top-notch production. I actually prefer some of the rerecorded versions to the classic versions.



Get the limited edition; it has a very interesting bonus DVD.
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Vaders discography is full of win IMO so it's basically a pick and choose situation but two of their albums that rate highest on my list are De Profundis and Litany.

Thanks Bros I Do The Albums Vader Picked Out First....
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The new Vader album was another solid bit of work as usual for them although nothing I would say that spectacular. I tend to think Tibi and Morbid Reich were slightly better.
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