This video from Sweden says about itself:
Prunella atrogularis @ Viarp, Sweden Oct 24th 2009
A stunning Black-throated Accentor was found by Nils Kjellén when he was trying to relocate a Pallas’s Leaf Warbler. It was seen feeding at some clumps of Salix and dense herbage several kilometres inland in the southeast part of Scania, southernmost Sweden. Representing the first record for the province of Scania and the second for Sweden. The previous one was of a ringed individual in June 1988 at Stora Fjäderägg, Västerbotten.
A sought after species in the Western Palearctic and a real stunner!
From the Norwegian ornithological society today:
A Black-throated Accentor was observed at two different bird-feeders by three observers in Sokndal, Rogaland county (western Norway) 28th November 2013. This is the first record for Norway if accepted.