Norwegian black metal prophets Kampfar just revealed a spectacular brand new video. They are showcasing the track "Tornekratt" which comes from their Norwegian Grammy award winning album, Profan. Having already produced one video from Profan for the track "Daimon", Kampfar give us a hellish apocalyptic video for the track "Tornekratt". You can watch it below.
Kampfar will release a new album soon called Profan quickly after Djevelmakt came out. Indie Recordings will release it on Friday the 13th of November but there is some new songs to hear before the official release. As of now, you get to watch the first ever Kampfar video for the track "Daimon" below. It's their first video in 21 years. How do you rate it?
Kampfar are streaming a new song! You can start your weekend by listening to the first single "Icons" off their upcoming album Profan which is due out on November 13th via Indie Recordings. What are you waiting for? Discover the savage new track "Icons" on the video below. The Norwegians are releasing a new album one year after Djevelmakt.
Recently, black/folk metallers Kampfar have announced their new album. The creativity continues and in the aftermath of last year's successful Djevelmakt arose Profan. Profan is the title of their new album and Indie Recordings will release it on Friday the 13th of November. Feast your eyes on the eerie cover artwork below.
The line-up for the Inferno Metal Festival 2015 continues to grow. The latest confirmation has been the Norwegian band Kampfar due to popular demand. After an overcrowded gig at their club day in 2014, the band in 2015 will enter the big stage at Rockefeller. The fest will celebrate 15 years in 2015 and plenty of great bands have been announced so far.
And now for something a bit different. By now, you are probably familiar with the upcoming folk compilation One And All, Together, For Home to be released via Season Of Mist in May. After Primordial premiered their take on the song "Dark Horse On The Wind", now it's time for the Norwegians Kampfar to showcase their contribution. The band is streaming online the song entitled "En Hymne Til Urd" ("A Hymn For Earth"). Listen to it below through Soundcloud.
Norwegian black metallers Kampfar are about to release their sixth studio album called Djevelmakt (English-language translation: "Devil Power"), on January 27th (four days later in Germany, Austria, Switzerland) via Indie Recordings. But they have been kind enough to make the entire piece available online in advance through YouTube. All you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the tunes. What are you waiting for?
Norwegians Kampfar have unveiled another song off their upcoming album Djevelmakt ("Devil Power"). This time around, it is "Swarm Norvegicus" and a lyric video was made for it. While you wait for the album to drop on the 27th of January worldwide and 31st of January in Germany/Austria/Switzerland under Indie Recordings, you can enjoy a new song. Tell us if the new song pleases you.
Apart from working on their new album, Polish band Hate have announced that they are taking part in the Spreading The Plague MMXIV Tour that will hit Europe in March/April 2014. The band will team up with Norway's pagan black metal horde Kampfar to bring supreme blasphemy to 16 cites of Euroland. On the tour that will start on the 28th of March in Munich, Germany, you will also see US avantgarde black metallers Velnias and Norwegian melodic black metal act Iskald as part of this tour package.
After showing off the cover and tracklist for their new album Djevelmakt ("Devil Power"), Kampfar shared today the first song off the upcoming release. The new song is called "Mylder" and you can blast it right now through the YouTube lyric video below or Soundcloud, if you prefer. What do you think about the first single off the album? It's the band's first new material since Mare.
If you were wondering when Kampfar would release a new album, fear not, it will be next year. The Norwegians just signed with Indie Recordings and the new opus called Djevelmakt (Eng. 'Devil Power') will be released worldwide on January 27th, 2014. This is already the black metallers sixth studio album. Below you find the album artwork, tracklist and a teaser to whet your appetite.
Norwegian black metal quartet Vreid will embark on a North American headlining tour, dubbed The Black Path Of America Tour 2011. The tour will take off in late August. Support on the trek will come from Norwegian black/folk metal trio Kampfar and Canadian death metallers Necronomicon. Read more to get the list of all confirmed dates.
Commented Vreid bassist Hváll: "It is with great joy we can announce our first headlining tour in North America. The Black Path Of America tour is packed with ten US and six Canadian shows. We did our first full North America tour in 2009 on the Heathen Fest, and the reaction we got was overwhelming. We had amazing shows in Montreal, Cleveland and San Francisco - to name just a few - and are glad to see all those cities plus many more on the list for our upcoming tour. Our latest album, V, is doing fantastic, and has become a monumental release for us. We can't wait to return to the Wild West to unleash songs new and old with our own production. Joining us on this tour are our good Norwegian friends of the legendary Kampfar and Necronomicon from Canada. It's a killer lineup, and we hope to see as many of you as possible at the shows."
"Mare", a brand new song from Norwegian metallers Kampfar, is available for streaming at the band's MySpace page.
"Mare" is the title track from Kampfar's new album, Mare, which will be released on March 25 in Europe (April 5 in the US) via Napalm Records. More details about Mare were previously reported over here.
Mare, the new album by Norwegian pagan black metal band Kampfar, will be released on March 25th in Europe and April 5th in North America through Napalm Records.
The album was produced by Peter Tägtgren at Abyss Studio.
According to the press release, Mare opens a new chapter in the Norwegians' band history, while delivering a true monument to black metal. Frontman Dolk and the rest of the band have achieved the difficult task of giving their sound new impulses without losing their unique style. Isolated keyboard passages and sprechgesang consort with icy riffs, dark melodies, and oppressive drums. Dolk's raw vocals continue to set the pace, while giving songs like "Bergtatt", Volvevers", and the title track such intensity that they are left with no other choice but to crawl under the skin of even the most discerning black and pagan metal fans.