Norwegian genre-busters KVELERTAK have announced a new album entitled Nattesferd to be released in May, and have premiered a new single called 1985.
The new album will be the follow up to the violently average Meir released in 2013, the follow up to their cracking self-titled debut album released in 2010, which is about as packed full of tasty riffs as you can get.
Frontman Erlend Hjelvik had the following to say of the new album:
”We are finally getting ready to release our third album Nattesferd on the world and however cliché it may sound, I’m not afraid to say that this is our best one yet! An exquisite smorgasbord of riffs infused with everything between the best of classic rock and heavy metal. I’m certain it will blow the minds of both old and new fans. Enjoy!”
Kvelertak formed in 2007 and have won numerous awards in their home country of Norway, including the prestigious Spellemann award, which is supposedly Norway’s version of a Grammy Award.
You can check out 1985 below.
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