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VETTER & VITHR albums out now! Norwegian BM
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Demonhood Productions present:
VETTER - Vetterkult
From the forests of Norway comes a relatively unknown act, conjuring up a unique sonic landscape blending black metal, noise and folk elements. Sounds strange? Well it is. It is also one of the most interesting releases to come out of Norway in a good while. Vetterkult is for all those who find most contemporary black metal somewhat lacking in the creativity department, taking the genre into hitherto uncharted terrain, yet its uncompromising, stark soundscapes should appeal to adventurous listeners and purists alike.
Vetter is the brainchild of Håvard Tveito, a multitalented artist who's also been involved in projects such as Against The Grain, Folkearth, Sonisk Blodbad among others. Mastered by Magnus "Devo" Andersson at Endarker Studio (Marduk, Ofermod, Griftegård etc.)
Vetterkult comes in a limited edition of 1000 copies gatefold digifile designed by Håvard Tveito himself.
VITHR - Hedensk Skikk Og Tro
Vithr (or "Viðr", meaning "tree" in ancient Norwegian) is a Norwegian Black metal band hailing from Bergen, with strong roots in pagan tradition and beliefs, carrying a message of a lost age when forces of nature were feared and held in awe. Musically, Viðr have their feet firmly planted in traditional Norwegian Black Metal, yet with their very own take on the style, including folk elements, clean vocals and a distinctly norse atmosphere. Reinforcing Viðrs excellent songwriting with a sharp yet raw production, Hedensk Skikk Og Tro sounds traditional and fresh at the same time, portraying Norwegian Black Metal anno 2012 at its finest.
Cover art and design by Robert Høyem (At The Ends). Mastered by Magnus Devo Andersson at Endarker Studio (Marduk, Ofermod, Griftegård).
Order here: http://demonhood.bigcartel.com/
Listen to samples here: http://www.demonhood.bandcamp.com
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Next releases (out summer 2012):