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:BOLVERK: - Svarte Sekunder CD

:BOLVERK: - Svarte Sekunder CD

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Hailing from the cold North, Extreme Norwegian Metal Vikings :BOLVERK: just released their 2nd album "Svarte Sekunder" via Wormholedeath worldwide!

:BOLVERK: is the latest musical adventure from brothers in arms: Christopher “Rammr” Rakkestad (Elvarhøi, Jordskip, ex. Ragnarok), Lucass Edquist (Gnida, ex-Mork) Bjørn “Narrenschiff” Holter (Images at Twilight, ex-Illnath, ex-Aasmegin) and Thomas Bolverk (Under the Oak, Welcome to Hell, ex-Ragnarok, ex-Images at Twilight, ex-Darkness, ex-Black Currant etc…)

Speaking of the debut album "Uaar" Carlo from Wormholedeath stated: Bolverk: is the project from my brother Thomas Hansen and it’s not just a release or an album for me, it’s like a piece of my heart. When Thomas asked me if I wanted to release this project I was absolutely and totally honored but when I listened to the album the feelings changed into something even stronger…I am so proud to be part of this project cause this record is simply amazing. Modern and Old School at the same time, Emotional and mercyless, groovy and fast, melodic and brutal at the same time…It has all the possible elements that a Metal fan would like to find in an album

Now in 2023 the 2nd album is released and the album is described as "sad and melodic as Solstafir in one end and as brutal as Marduk in the other," :BOLVERK:'s music is sure to strike a chord with metalheads worldwide. "Svarte Sekunder" features nine tracks, including eight :BOLVERK: originals and a stunning cover of Jonas Fjeld's "The Bells are Ringing for You Now." The album is a true testament to the band's growth and maturity, as most of the material was written during the same period as their debut album.

The album's title, "Svarte Sekunder," which means "black seconds" in English, was initially about those moments when one falls over and thinks they are dead. However, it evolved into exploring the concept of thanatosis and how people and animals play dead. and it may even be about those seconds on the album that are actual Black MetaL


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