Darkthrone's Nocturno Culto To Release Docu/Film
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Darkthrone's frontman, singer, guitarist and bassist Ted "Nocturno Culto" Skjellum will release "The Misanthrope", a documentary/fiction film which will show the Norwegian black metal scene in its element, on April 23 through Peaceville Records.
A press release goes as follows:
"The Misanthrope" [cover] takes us into the heart of the Norwegian Black Metal scene and folk culture, with unique footage of Darkthrone rehearsing, Aura Noir, strange trips into the forest and even a brief excursion to Japan.
The film comes in a deluxe package including a bonus audio CD of new music by Nocturno specifically composed for the film.
Extras include stills/photo gallery, the promo video for Darkthrone's 'Too Old, Too Cold' and extremely rare vintage videos of performances by the band of 'Thulcandra' and 'Archipelago'.
As Nocturno modestly says this is a "strange documentary/fiction film, not suitable for everyone." It will however be indispensable for all followers of Darkthrone and the Norwegian Black Metal scene.
This first 600 orders of The Misanthrope will recieve special copies signed by Nocturno Culto.
Please head on over to the new site for "The Misanthrope" with film trailer, audio samples, gallery, and more information on this essential release, here.
Stills / photo gallery
Rare live performances of 'Thulcandra' & 'Archipelago'
Promo video of 'Too Old Too Cold'
BONUS AUDIO CD
02. The Bastard Son
03. Lake Of Sorrow
04. Stay Away
06. The Will To Deny
07. The Solution
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