Burzum

Burzum - The Ways of Yore (Byelobog Productions)

Remarkably restrained...
Release Date: 
1 Jun 2014 - 11:30pm

Wow. So much mellowness and restraint.

Burzum - Sôl austan, Mâni vestan (Byelobog Productions)

Mr. Vikernes is back to the ambient mode with style.
Release Date: 
27 May 2013 - 12:30pm

The creative force behind Burzum, Varg Vikernes, seems to have no limits and after three excellent “come back” albums, and a compilation of re-recorded songs, now he abandons his b

“You can add Rotting Christ to the list” – Burzum’s Varg Vikernes shares his metal faves with Metal as Fuck!

Yes, Varg Vikernes talked to us, and he talked about what we all in the Metal as Fuck team like best: music!

For the purpose of this discussion we asked that there be no political rants or whatever beyond our scope, which is metal.

Burzum – Umskiptar (Byelobog Productions)

New Burzum album, the Vikernes’ Sturm und Drung*
Release Date: 
21 May 2012 - 12:30pm

So, after one year, here I am again, talking about Varg Vikernes’ Burzum and his new album Umskiptar.

Burzum - Fallen (Byelobog Productions)

Exactly one year after his comeback Varg Vikernes - the godfather of black metal - recorded Belus; he's once again under the spotlight with Fallen.
Release Date: 
7 Mar 2011 - 1:30pm

Varg Vikernes released the excellent Belus a year ago, and it was a shocking surprise to all fans like me, who had waited eleven years to hear the mastermind of the w

New Burzum album due in March

The Fallen will be the title of the 9th Burzum album.

Plastic Head, the official distributor of Byelobog is announcing

Julie Weir - Still noisy after all these years

Julie Weir once seemed like a freak - a lone girl in the male dominated world of the London music industry in the '90s. Thankfully things have changed a bit now, and Julie takes some time out to reflect on her career for Metal as Fuck

 

Burzum - Belus (Byelobog Productions/Plastic Head)

The Return of Varg Vikernes. Love him or hate him, it was bound to happen.
Release Date: 
7 Mar 2010 (All day)

 

Until the light takes us - documentary about the rise of the norwegian black metal scene

I was in Gothenburg and it happened to be the annual film festival so I got dragged along by metal photographer Daniel Falk and some friends to see the new documentary "Until the light takes us". With that title I understand it had to be something worth my time...

This film turned out to be rather interesting since it did involve some, but far fram all, leading figures involved in the rise of the black metal scene in Norway.