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Echoes of emo, vintage thrash, and video game soundtracks collide in this epic and imaginative metal masterpiece.

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great record

best hard rock record in years. you should buy this

Glad iTunes promoted this

This is like a weird mix of tossed aside 80's hair metal songs played by a metalcore band with a death metal Norwegian lead singer...and it's awesome! I've found a lot of bands I really like by iTunes promoting them on the top banner and this is another great recommendation. Though they are different than anything I've heard this album is perfect for those of us who are already into heavy Nordic stuff or as a "gateway" band for those who might want to check it out.

Very unique

The music is incredible, lots of different genres are present. The vocals are kinda black metal Ish, but, not exclusively. Not as annoying as typical black metal.

It works, and fits together very well. Kinda like volbeat. This is some really great metal. A bit different.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Stavanger, Norway

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Norwegian "black 'n' roll" sextet Kvelertak ("Chokehold") was formed in 2007 in Stavanger, Norway's third city and home to several popular gothic metal bands. Kvelertak's sound could not have been more different, however. Fusing the raw punk 'n' roll sound pioneered by the likes of Turbonegro with the harsh, shrieking fury of black metal was not a new idea -- it had already been done with great success by fellow Norwegians Satyricon -- but this was arguably the first time it had been attempted by...
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