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Tusmorke

From: Finland
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Tusmorke News

Below is our complete Tusmorke news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Tusmörke Releasing New Album

Tusmörke's "Fort Bak Lyset" is coming via Svart Records on April 1st, 2016, with Svart having this to say:

"The Norwegian lords of dark psychedelic folk prog return! Tusmørke's third album is a stone cold killer. These songs turn heavy metal wallflowers into dancing nymphs and satyrs.

"The group explore ancient folk lore of Oslo, the spheres on the far side of death and space and the pathless lands off the beaten track. 'Ført Bak Lyset' means 'led behind the light;' follow Tusmørke through the falling dusk and disappear in the night, reappearing at dawn with weird wisdom and strange leaves in your hair.

"The lavish analogue production of Lars Fredrik Frøislie sets vintage synthesizers at the forefront of a sound dominated by infectious grooves and lashings of flute. For lovers of Turkish 70s psychedelic funk, Black Widow and (old) NRK." More...

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Tusmorke Streaming Entire New Album

Psychedelic prog/folk outfit Tusmorke today streams the entirety of the "Riset Bak Speilet" album, set for international release on May 16th via Svart Records. Listen in below, courtesy of TheQuietus.com. Svart also comments on the band:

"With roots stretching deep into the Scandinavian neo-progressive rock underground of the early '90s, the identical Momrak twins recorded a Tusmorke demo in 1997 but soon put the band on hiatus for several years.

"Tusmorke returned in 2009 with a full electric lineup, and the debut album, Underjordisk Tusmorke, appeared three years later. May 2014 sees the dark minstrels return with a sophomore album, Riset Bak Speilet ('The Birch Behind The Looking Glass'). A 50-minute transmission from the heart of the darkest northern forests, the album skillfully channels the spirit of classic British acid folk rock and soaks it in a black witches cauldron.

"The spellbinding concoction is at times reminiscent of classic acts like Jethro Tull and Incredible String band, and also not entirely far off from modern forest magicians such as Hexvessel and Wolf People." More...

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Tusmorke Announces "Riset Bak Speilet" Release

Svart Records has announced May 16th as the international release date for Tusmorke's "Riset Bak Speilet." The label comments:

"A Norwegian group, Tusmorke ('Twilight') is a strange beast. With roots stretching deep into the Scandinavian neo-progressive rock underground of the early '90s, the identical Momrak twins recorded a Tusmorke demo in 1997 but soon put the band on hiatus for several years.

"Tusmorke returned in 2009 with a full electric lineup, and the debut album, Underjordisk Tusmorke, appeared three years later. May 2014 sees the dark minstrels return with a sophomore album, Riset Bak Speilet ('The Birch Behind The Looking Glass').

"A 50-minute transmission from the heart of the darkest northern forests, the album skillfully channels the spirit of classic British acid folk rock and soaks it in a black witches cauldron. The spellbinding concoction is at times reminiscent of classic acts like Jethro Tull and Incredible String band, and also not entirely far off from modern forest magicians such as Hexvessel and Wolf People."

The track listing is as follows:

1. Offerpresten
2. Gamle Aker Kirke
3. Black Swift
4. All is Lost
5. Riset bak Speilet
6. Mener Vi Alvor Nå? (CD bonus track)
7. Kairo (CD bonus track)
8. En Verden Av I Går (CD bonus track) More...

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Tusmørke Streaming Official Video

Norwegian folk metallers Tusmørke will be releasing their 7" "Offerpresten" on Duplicate Records December 13th and have just uploaded an official video for the track, which is playing below.

The video was written and directed by Benediktator, filmed by Rune Michaelsen and Martin Furan Furan and edited by Rune Michaelsen. Styling was courtesy of Christine Varden and Maria Sand. It stars Mari Sletten as Nerthus, Tonje Stabell and Kristine Halmrast as the spirits and Tusmørke as themselves.

Tusmørke previously released the album "Underjordisk Tusmørke" in 2012 and have been active in the Oslo scene since 1995.


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