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* The triplet-based riff from "Command" on ''Plaguewielder''. Leave it to Darkthrone to incorporate a pinch of a major key in the riff and still have it come across as densely grim as one would expect from this period in their discography.
* Their DoingItForTheArt ethics: Darkthrone is a rather ''big'' band in Norway black metal, alongside Mayhem or even Emperor. And yet they ''refuse'' to capitalize on it, simply focusing on just making music for the fun of it and have normal life jobs. That within itself to not jump into the rock style life style takes ''balls''.

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* The triplet-based riff from "Command" on ''Plaguewielder''. Leave it to Darkthrone to incorporate a pinch of a major key in the riff and still have it come across as densely grim as one would expect from this period in their discography.
* Their DoingItForTheArt ethics: Darkthrone is a rather ''big'' band in Norway black metal, alongside Mayhem or even Emperor. And yet they ''refuse'' to capitalize on it, simply focusing on just making music for the fun of it and have normal life jobs. That within itself to not jump into the rock style life style takes ''balls''.
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* The triplet-based riff from "Command" on ''Plaguewielder''. Leave it to Darkthrone to incorporate a pinch of a major key in the riff and still have it come across as densely grim as one would expect from this period in their discography.

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* The triplet-based riff from "Command" on ''Plaguewielder''. Leave it to Darkthrone to incorporate a pinch of a major key in the riff and still have it come across as densely grim as one would expect from this period in their discography.discography.
* Their DoingItForTheArt ethics: Darkthrone is a rather ''big'' band in Norway black metal, alongside Mayhem or even Emperor. And yet they ''refuse'' to capitalize on it, simply focusing on just making music for the fun of it and have normal life jobs. That within itself to not jump into the rock style life style takes ''balls''.


** As is ''A Blaze in the Northern Sky'', which is partially responsible for creating the Black Metal sound and showed the band transitioning into pure black metal from their death metal beginnings.

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** As is * ''A Blaze in the Northern Sky'', which Sky'' is partially responsible for creating the Black Metal sound and showed the band transitioning into pure black metal from their death metal beginnings.

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** As is ''A Blaze in the Northern Sky'', which is partially responsible for creating the Black Metal sound and showed the band transitioning into pure black metal from their death metal beginnings.


* As one might expect from the band's long career, there is a pretty large amount of this. ''Soulside Journey'', ''A Blaze in the Northern Sky'', ''Under a Funeral Moon'', ''Transilvanian Hunger'' and ''The Underground Resistance'' stand out as particularly strong releases.

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* %%* As one might expect from the band's long career, there is a pretty large amount of this. ''Soulside Journey'', ''A Blaze in the Northern Sky'', ''Under a Funeral Moon'', ''Transilvanian Hunger'' and ''The Underground Resistance'' stand out as particularly strong releases.releases.
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* As one might expect from the band's long career, there is a pretty large amount of this. ''Soulside Journey'', ''A Blaze in the Northern Sky'', ''Under a Funeral Moon'', ''Transilvanian Hunger'' and ''The Underground Resistance'' stand out as particularly strong releases.


* ''Transilvanian Hunger'' as a whole is considered one of the '''greatest albums''' in Black metal history, often considered a contender to [[Music/{{Mayhem}} another known black metal band]].

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* ''Transilvanian Hunger'' as a whole is considered one of the '''greatest albums''' in Black metal history, often considered a contender to [[Music/{{Mayhem}} another known black metal band]].band]].
* The triplet-based riff from "Command" on ''Plaguewielder''. Leave it to Darkthrone to incorporate a pinch of a major key in the riff and still have it come across as densely grim as one would expect from this period in their discography.


* "Quintessence" from ''Panzerfaust'', particularly the lumbering, funereal guitar riff.

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* "Quintessence" from ''Panzerfaust'', particularly the lumbering, funereal guitar riff.riff.
* ''Transilvanian Hunger'' as a whole is considered one of the '''greatest albums''' in Black metal history, often considered a contender to [[Music/{{Mayhem}} another known black metal band]].


* "Quintessence" from ''Panzerfaust'', particularly the lumbering, funerial guitar riff.

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* "Quintessence" from ''Panzerfaust'', particularly the lumbering, funerial funereal guitar riff.

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* "Quintessence" from ''Panzerfaust'', particularly the lumbering, funerial guitar riff.

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