Continuing our escapade through the fascinating land of thousand lakes, we are proud to present the vinyl version of Förgjord's 2012 masterpiece 'Sielunvihollinen'. Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies (200 x black, 100 x milky clear with heavy white splatter), the record comes in a high quality matte-laminated sleeve with two-page lyric insert. Manufactured under license from KVLT / Hammer of Hate.
"The third full-lenght of FÖRGJORD brings forth a new opus of freezing Finnish Black Metal. It's been 4 long years since their magnificent 'Ajasta Ikuisuuteen' album and 'Sielunvihollinen', translating as 'Soul Nemesis', continues with the same combination of inventive melodies and raw soundscape, accompanied with harsh vocals spitting forth Finnish lyrics of hatred, anti-christianity, lycanthropy, death and the spirit of proud Finnish nationality. Förgjord also brings some new elements to their music with the help of guest musicians' performance with kantele and synth. The long process of creating 'Sielunvihollinen' has definitely been worth the wait and is a definite must for all those bewitched by Förgjord's previous works as well as for new listeners who enjoy quality Finnish Black Metal in its most cold and shredding form!"
• 140 gram vinyl
• sleeve: simple pocket on 350gsm w-w stock with matte lamination
• two-sided insert on 250gsm w-w stock
• limited to 300 copies (200 black, 100 milky clear with heavy white splatter)
supported by 18 fans who also own “Sielunvihollinen”
Absolutely strong, black and bitter, like a cup of good old coffee or a properly packed pipe of strong tobacco. The album won't let you go unless you listen through it since the very first minute to the very last one, sunken in the frozen obsydian abyss. 10/10. lanserger22
supported by 17 fans who also own “Sielunvihollinen”
I'd say Havukruunu is the inheritor of Quorthon and Bathory. Male choirs, vikingesque themes and tales of Finnish paganism from the happier times before our ancestors were made to convert or die by sword of blooded cross. These songs bring a tear into my eye when I think my ancestors being forced to kneel in front of a murderer. Peikonmieli