Nocturnal Mortum – Goat Horns. The band originally spelled their name as Nocturnal Mortum, and that's how it appears on the j-card (front cover, spine) and cassette. But in the liner notes they use the current spelling, Nokturnal Mortum (at that time the band was already known with the "K"). Pro-printed j-card (+ extra panel) and cassette.
Goat Horns (re-master 2016) by Nokturnal Mortum, released 16 January 2017 1. Black Moon Overture 2. Kuyaviya 3. Goat Horns 4. Unholy Orathania 5. Veles' Scrolls 6. Kolyada 7. Eternal Circle. NOKTURNAL MORTUM "Goat Horns" limited to 222 hand-numbered collector's box. It includes: 1) "Goat Horns" digibook with 16 pages booklet and 2-sided poster. Goes with original album - cover & re-mastered sound.
Goat Horns (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial). Oriana Productions (2). OMCD6. Oriana music lp 2. Nokturnal Mortum. Goat Horns (LP, Album, Gat). Ukraine.
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Released in 1997, "Goat Horns" was my introduction to Nokturnal Mortum. Thanks to this album, my interest was sparked to listen to the rest of the Nokturnal Mortum discography. It wouldn't be until "The Voice of Steel", released in 2009, that the band would reach their creative peak in my opinion. However, especially for a debut album, "Goat Horns" is absolutely amazing.
Their second LP album Goat Horns is certainly a giant leap forward for all of the Black Metal community, since I can't think of another album before it with the use of not one, but two keyboardists who shoot off some incredible melodies to couple the guitars and create an atmosphere so dark and brooding you know this is indeed real Black. Metal, but also highly melodic and oppressive. Speaking of the vocals, Nokturnal Mortum once again fail to disappoint Black Metal fans. They are awesomely preformed, with a really throaty screech which is actually quite unique, being both really evil sounding and brutal. They aren't afraid to throw in variety in the vocal department either, with some death metal growls at the end of "Veles' Scrolls" or even some clean vocals in the epic track "Kolyada".