Atmospheric Black Metal Cat
This is the way it is done .. no stretching out the songs , and no dilly dally... just go to work and get work done . Excellent no frills straight ahead black metal in the traditional vein. The follow up full length is amazing .. do yourself the favor .
Favorite track: Forknytte tunger.
Very good modern Black Metal. Fast, ripping, scratching and straight to the point. I'm very glad these guys didn't end up making 10 minute + songs with a three minute intro and some atmosmphere crap in the middle. THIS is how it's done.
We are proud to present another excellent addition to our roster: Gjendød - a new mysterious force in Norwegian underground. Hailing from Trondheim, the duo unleashes its debut demonstration on CD and tape formats through Hellthrasher Productions and Darker Than Black Records, respectively. With 20 minutes of fierce yet memorable Norse Black Metal in the classic mold, Gjendød evokes the aura of 90s legends (Mayhem, Burzum, Ulver), while giving a nod to the local (Trondheim-based) acts such as Thorns and early Manes; from ugly to beautiful, from slow to fast, from freezing to burning - always on the edges of this old Norse Black Metal style. The band's intention is to resurrect that primordial spirit and let it die again..
„Both terrifying and hallucinatory, ingeniously conceived and expertly performed, Gjendød is a very impressive debut.” – NO CLEAN SINGING
released June 24, 2016
Gjendød are: K - guitar, bass & keys, KK - drums & vocals. Music by K & KK. Lyrics by KK. Recorded in January 2016 at Nord Stern Studios.
What more can you say after reading the abhorrent bio of this album that tells the vision behind it? This is the black vomit of Tchornobog: abyssal violation of your senses and pineal gland and you are not the same person after encountering this multidimensional god. 𝙅𝙤𝙚 𝙎𝙥𝙞𝙣𝙚𝙡𝙡
Every second of Urzeit's first full length drips with poison drained from whatever the world's most poisonous beast is. This is raw and unyielding, like any great black metal should be. Very well done stuff. Matthew Toye