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Formloff Streaming Entire New Album "Spyhorelandet"

Avant-garde black metal duo Formloff released the band's latest work of audio grimness in the form of "Spyhorelandet" last month via Eisenwald. The follow up to 2006’s Adjø Silo finds the eclectic Norwegian duo — Bernt Karsten Sannerud and Marius Sjøli – exploring the darker, more atmospheric realms of their past. The following press release was issued about the album:

"Where most black metal revels in stories of fictional deities, benign and malignant, 'Spyhorelandet' wallows in everyday themes. Much like the cover art, the music contained within bears the stark truth: When you peel back the skin, no matter how beautiful, what is left is the ugly personal histories each of us carries. Throughout 'Spyhorelandet,' naked inhabitants of our world are quoted directly. For many, defeat is their best and sometimes only asset."

If you’ve yet to witness the dark majesty that is Spyhorelandet, the record is currently streaming it its entirety at this location or in the player below.

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