Nie tylko stamtąd bo, używając Twojego trybu rozumowania, to także wszystko od Ghastly Funeral Theatre, (bo od niej na wszystkich lecą mniej lub bardziej symfonicznie blackowo), ale tak jak pisałem w wątku o Silesii swoją definicję "fal" tak tutaj:
również się nie zgadzam, bo nie uważam starego Pandemonium, starego Samaela itp grania za pierwszą falę, ani też za drugą, tylko za coś jeszcze innego. A debiut Sigh jak najbardziej można zestawiać z tymi matexami
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_metal pisze:In 1987, in the fifth issue of his Slayer fanzine, Jon 'Metalion' Kristiansen wrote that "the latest fad of black/Satanic bands seems to be over", the tradition being continued by a few bands like Incubus and Morbid Angel (from the United States), Sabbat (from Great Britain), Tormentor (from Hungary), Sarcófago (from Brazil), Grotesque, Treblinka and early Tiamat (from Sweden). Other early black metal bands include Sabbat (formed 1983 in Japan), Parabellum (formed 1983 in Colombia), Salem (formed 1985 in Israel) and Mortuary Drape (formed 1986 in Italy). Japanese band Sigh formed in 1990 and was in regular contact with key members of the Norwegian scene. Their debut album, Scorn Defeat, became "a cult classic in the black metal world". In the years before the Norwegian black metal scene arose, important recordings were released by Root and Master's Hammer (from Czechoslovakia), Von (from the United States), Rotting Christ (from Greece), Samael (from Switzerland) and Blasphemy (from Canada), whose debut album Fallen Angel of Doom (1990) is considered one of the most influential records for the war metal style. Fenriz of the Norwegian band Darkthrone called Master's Hammer's debut album Ritual "the first Norwegian black metal album, even though they are from Czechoslovakia".