2020… What a year. Well, we can hang our hats on at least one thing; the music! Yes, 2020…
Kvelertak guitarist Vida discusses their new album ‘Splid’, the new chapter in their career and his hopes for the future of the planet.
Norwegian punks Kvelertak have shared a second track from upcoming album Splid. “Crack Of Doom” sees them team up with Mastodon‘s Troy Sanders for the track which you can check out here.
L’héritage du monde, the debut album on Sepulchral Productions from Quebec’s Trépas, is an exhausting experience, but one that invokes sense memory beyond the aural making for a more memorable and honest one – and one that leaves a listener eager to repeat it.
Atlanta heavyweights Mastodon roll into Leeds, UK for the latest date on their UK run. They were joined by Mutoid Man and Kvelertak and you can check out the photos here.
Skeletonwitch’s Devouring Radiant Light comfortably straddles multiple genres of extreme metal while still effectively retaining appeal to fans within each of those sub-genres; a mature expression overall, but lacking some of the grit of prior offerings.
After an awesome first day, day two of Download saw the weather hold out as thousands of rock fans enjoyed another great day of music including AFI, Simple Plan, Rob Zombie, Max and Igor Cavalera and more. Read our review and check out the photos inside…
We sat down with Erlend Hjelvik, vocalist of the Norwegian heavy rock/metal act Kvelertak, and put him through a rather funny episode of METAL or NOT?
Recently, we had some interview time with Kvelertak vocalist Erlend Hjelvik and asked him about the new album Nattessferd, ’80s bands, and chilling in Norway.
Every single one of the nine songs that comprises Nattesferd possesses its own certain charm and, when combined, they form one formidable offering.
Roadrunner Records group Kvelertak have released a second track titled “Berserkr” off their anticipated new LP Nattessferd.
Six-piece Norwegian carnage-inducers, Kvelertak, have returned with their first new music since 2013’s Meir. Stream new song “1985” off their forthcoming Roadrunner Records release, Nattesferd.
While it may not be the Slayer line-up everyone knows and loves, the 2015 incarnation of the thrash legends shows that they are still unstoppable on the live front. Read our review of their show in Leeds right here.