Tag Archives: Norwegian Black Metal

Review: GJENDØD – ‘ Demo 2016’

GJENDØD - Demo 2016 - cover

Hailing from Trondheim, Norway, is a new mysterious force in the Black Metal underground, of crushing proportions. The mystifying duo known only as K and KK aim to ”Resurrect that primordial spirit and let it die again.. “

Style wise it’s very classic Norwegian Black Metal, think 90’s legends Mayhem, Burzum and Ulver and Continue reading Review: GJENDØD – ‘ Demo 2016’

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Nidrosian Black Metal: A Primer For The Uninitiated

I was first made aware of the word “Nidrosian” by contemporary Black Metal artisans, Mare (Spheres Like Death, Terratur Possessions, 2010). Their orthodox Scandinavian sound is not what caught my ear, rather their ritualistic soundscapes, which invoked the thoughts of medieval black masses. Mare’s entire aesthetic is enchanting to the proponent of the dark arts. Their live performances are an  otherworldly experience in itself, combing sonic assault with arcane visual enchantment. Truly an impious experience.

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