Norwegian rockers Djerv have returned with a powerful new track titled “Enemy.” The band’s latest offering delivers a dark and heavy sound that fans will recognize from the band’s earlier music while also bringing an important message, as best explained by vocalist Agnete Kjølsrud, “‘Enemy’ is about facing your own demons. About learning and accepting who you are, and eventually embracing it.”

Musically, Djerv once again embraces their heavier side and return to their roots. Drummer Erlend Gjerde states:

“It was a lot of fun to explore our more rock-ish side on Throne and WDHNM, but it feels great returning to the dark side. ‘Enemy’ is a straight-up metal song with a ’90s twist on top. Takes me back. It was so much fun writing and recording it.”

Djerv rose to fame in 2010, after their self-titled debut album hit the charts in Norway. After multiple tours, the band went under the radar, and it wasn’t until 2019 that the band returned to the live scene.

Artwork for the single “Enemy” by Djerv
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