Scandinavian in soil and spirit, "Hädanefter" is the harsh debut album of JORDFÄST. Steeped in both earthen melancholy and icy brutality, this rugged record originating from the realm of black metal pulls no punches; instead charging forth with ruthless melodies and pummeling, muscular grooves.JORDFÄST's bleak voice is an ancient one, somberly contemplating the grievous disharmony in our existence, as the vast forces of nature dwarf the self-deceiving minds of mankind. From the Swedish forests, this long lost call carries out the wails of the past, reminding us that death is ever around us, in soil and spirit.
Scandinavian in soil and spirit, "Hädanefter" is the harsh debut album of JORDFÄST. Steeped in both earthen melancholy and icy brutality, this rugged record originating from the realm of black metal pulls no punches; instead charging forth with ruthless melodies and pummeling, muscular grooves.JORDFÄST's bleak voice is an ancient one, somberly contemplating the grievous disharmony in our existence, as the vast forces of nature dwarf the self-deceiving minds of mankind. From the Swedish forests, this long lost call carries out the wails of the past, reminding us that death is ever around us, in soil and spirit.
725987988843

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NORDVIS
Rel. Date: 06/18/2021
UPC: 725987988843

Hadanefter
Artist: Jordfast
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $39.99
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Scandinavian in soil and spirit, "Hädanefter" is the harsh debut album of JORDFÄST. Steeped in both earthen melancholy and icy brutality, this rugged record originating from the realm of black metal pulls no punches; instead charging forth with ruthless melodies and pummeling, muscular grooves.JORDFÄST's bleak voice is an ancient one, somberly contemplating the grievous disharmony in our existence, as the vast forces of nature dwarf the self-deceiving minds of mankind. From the Swedish forests, this long lost call carries out the wails of the past, reminding us that death is ever around us, in soil and spirit.