Norway Archive

KATECHON – MAN, GOD, GIANT

I’ve said it before, and goddamit, I’ll keep saying it. As many of the Norwegian bands we all came to know and love since the black metal days of terror have gone on to become sad caricatures of themselves, it almost got to where hearing about a band from that country hardly became the exciting [&hellip

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BURZUM – SOL AUSTAN, MANI VESTAN

Well just in case you were pining away for it, here’s the latest annual release from black metal’s poster child, now predictably seeming to come out towards the end of Spring each year. What is rather odd though is his use of a different logo style with each subsequent release, kind of making my “Aske” [&hellip

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Deathhammer

Onward To The Pits by DEATHHAMMER Hails to fucking DEATHHAMMER! Onward to the Pits has been out for a few months now, how are things going for DEATHHAMMER since the album’s release? Sadomancer: Things are good. We are working on our upcoming album and there will be some split-releases coming in the near future so [&hellip

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Burzum – Umskiptar

Well another year, another Burzum album. Which is somewhat odd, coming from the guy who swore up and down that the more obscure something is, the more it defaults to being “better” than most things based on that simple fact alone and that less is more for many years. Maybe there’s a contract inked somewhere [&hellip

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ISVIND – DARK WATERS STIR

It is truly a great day for mankind indeed. We finally get a proper, and very classy, re-release of one of Norwegian black metal’s finest hours. Having been out of print since its release in 1996 on Solistitium Records (R.I.P.), this was one of those albums that was nothing short of legendary to the point [&hellip

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Nidingr – Wolf Father

As a four-piece Norwegian black metal band comprised of an impressive line-up that includes current and former members of generic cialis reviews – cialis does not work – does medicare pay for viagra – http://pharmacycanada-rxedtop.com/ – cheap viagra canada 1349, Gorgoroth, Dodheimsgard and Mayhem; Nidingr now offers forth their latest infernal hell storm in the [&hellip

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Arvas

Interview by Eset Hellfrost Arvas, first known as Örth, is a Norwegian raw Satanic Black Metal project formed by Vassago Rex in 1992, with two permanent members these days: guitarist, song writer and founder Vassago Rex and the human ‘drum-machine’ Fordervelse. Currently preparing themselves for the recording of a new album, which is planned in [&hellip

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Blodhemn

Interview by Eset Hellfrost It was just a few months ago I ran into this band on the net for the very first time. Not many manage to get the WOW-factor on me, but Invisus knew how to enchant me with his one-man project Blodhemn from the very first second. What is promissed is what [&hellip

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Burzum

12 QUESTIONS FOR VARG VIKERNES OF BURZUM There are myths. There are legends. There are those things in between. Varg Vikernes has become a larger than life figure in the underground music scene for the better part of two decades now, and those stories have all been told. And told. And told. I was given [&hellip

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Burzum – Fallen

“You ever heard those Norwegian death metal bands? They are scaaaaaary!” And so goes many a conversation in a bar by jackasses feigning that they have some sort clue… The brainchild of the infamous Kristian “Varg” Vikernes (I’m assuming the “Count Grishnackh” moniker was either ‘killed off” or has taken a backseat since his prison stint), [&hellip

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