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So Killer

Loved the self titled, love this even more. Same sdound but yet so different and new with catchy melodies and guitar and vox that will blow you thru the roof.
PS The last two songs are the hidden gems

More refined, killer sound

These guys have gone from strength to strength. The first album was more raw, Meir is more polished: but that isn't to say they've put the brakes on! Kvelertak seem to be experimenting with even more styles and sounds (if that's even possible) to mix in to their already esoteric repertoire.

As with before, you can't pin this album down to a genre, and you won't want to… it's just pure, enjoyable awesome.

One thing I have noticed is that the vocals are generally cleaner (ie. not as growly) than the first album, which so many bands seem to do these days. There's no shortage of growl, just more melody (especially on the first track, Åpenbaring) than I become used to over the last two years of Kvelertak bliss.

Note, also, that like the previous album, this one's not in English. Who cares, right?

Owl Sounds Vol. 2

I guess I'll be listening to the samples and single for 2 months, that's torture.


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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