With this 20th anniversary reissue via Napalm Records, Rebel Extravaganza has finally been given the time and care it craved, and Satyricon earn more non-conventional stripes by continuing to stand behind it and allowing it to blow new minds.
Nordjevel should pat themselves on the back; their second album, Necrogenesis, out via Osmose Productions, is outstanding and destined to both create more opportunities, and garner more fandom throughout this album’s life cycle.
Putting the needle to the groove on Tre, the new, magnificent bastard of a record from The Devil And The Almighty Blues, is going to pour thick, syrupy goodness down your ears and into the greedy stoner corners of your soul.
Norway’s metallic sextet Halcyon Days is back with the sophomore full-length, Rain Soaked Pavements & Fresh Cut Grass, out June 15th via Indie Recordings, and we’ve got your advanced listen!
Norway’s Halcyon Days re-emerge with a strong melodic hardcore sound on their second full-length album Rain Soaked Pavements & Fresh Cut Grass, via Indie Recordings.
Myra is a stunning record from Spurv and their collaborators, who all demonstrate an intimate understanding of how to create vibrancy and stillness in the listeners’ souls.
Never the types of pioneers to merely rest on legacy, Satyricon emerges once again to offer an intimate and bold new work to the world with Deep Calleth Upon Deep.
Grab a free download of the song “One Thousand Years,” the second single off Oslo, Norway-based hardcore act, Shevils’, third and latest and offering, The White Sea.
Norwegian band, Shevils, dropped their single “Shivers” on August 21st, 2014. The 4-piece hardcore group packs a lot of shredding and smashing into “Shivers,” with gnarly riffs, thrashing drums, and gang vocals taking over the chorus. Shevils isn’t kidding around with this one, try listening to this song without singing along to the gang vocals, I dare you.
Situated in Oslo, Norway is the hardcore quartet Shevils who are, in a word, LOUD. At this point we’ll just let the music speak for itself, download the song “Black Eyes” now!
Norwegian music was once infamous mainly for its Christianity baiting black metal scene but, while that scene is still producing some explosive bands, it seems like the Norwegian punk scene is also producing some fairly nasty bands. One of those groups, Shevils, have been knocking around since about 2011 and Lost In Tarturus is their latest slab of snotty punk issued towards the tail end of 2013.