Norwegian black metal

Blodhemn - H7 (Indie Recordings)

Black metal good stuff...
Release Date: 
10 Nov 2014 - 12:30am

Despite the idea of a one man band conjuring images of some bloke with cymbals taped to his knees, Invisus (who is Blodhemn in its entirety) does a pretty good job

Posthum: Norwegian black metal missionaries release The Black Northern Ritual stateside via Indie Recordings

The Black Northern Ritual gets a US release for Norway's Posthum

Norwegian black metal missionaries, Posthum, are pleased to unleash the unholy fruits of their third full-length, The Black Northern Ritual.

1349- Massive Cauldron of Chaos (Indie Recordings)

1349 takes on a blackened thrash sound, but does it work?
Release Date: 
29 Sep 2014 (All day)

Fans of black metal can certainly be a fickle bunch.

Gehenna - Unravel (Indie Recordings)

'Tis a slow-slithering grimness which unravels here...
Release Date: 
11 Oct 2013 - 1:36am

I first became aware of Gehenna via their 1994 album, First Spell. I dug it, it was sorta creaky but nevertheless endearing black metal.

Vreid - Welcome Farewell (Indie Recordings)

Let Vreid tempt you with a release that evokes rock, heavy metal and Norwegian black metal to deliver a heavy forty-two minutes of pleasingly dark Black'n roll.
Release Date: 
26 Feb 2013 (All day)

A heavy slathering of Black'n Roll, Vreid's latest offering Welcome Farewell rolls in as a slow fog over the aural landscape,

God Seed – I Begin (Indie recordings)

One of metal's most revered duos is back, and this time with a full band.
Release Date: 
23 Oct 2012 (All day)

So when Gorgoroth split up, Gaahl and King ov Hell had to start over with God Seed. That was sufficient for them to record a live

Posthum – Lights Out (Indie Recordings)

Black Metal Crossover.

One of these days when researching about Progressive Rock from the 1970’s I came across a term “crossover progressive”.

Enslaved: Back on the Road Again

Not content with destroying the faith with Cannibal Corpse, the Norwegian black metal titans are heading out to the highway on their own this Northern Winter.

Without doubt, 2011 has been quite a year for Enslaved. The year was kicked off by winning best metal album for Axioma Ethica Odini at the Norwegian Grammys (Spellemannspr