10 år sedan dom spelade i Stockholm senast!! LORD BELIAL har jag velat se live länge nu så det var verkligen på tiden. En höjdarspelning på Bryggarsalen!! Så glad att jag kunde vara där och nu tänker dom tydligen sluta med pausandet och bli ett aktivt band igen!:) Stor tack till Samuel & Black Metal – projekt Stockholm!
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I´ll keep myself out of the discussions about “who is who” & “what is what”. I just adore the Romanian stuff:). The soundscapes, weird instruments, all of it. So beautiful.
Basics from E.M: Negură Bunget started its Black Metal presence back in 1995, as a duo, with Hupogrammos Disciple’s on vocals, guitars and keyboards and Negru on drums. After a disagreement between Sol Faur, Hupogrammos and Negru, the band decided to split-up. Negru decided to continue the project with a new line-up. Hupogrammos and Sol Faur have started a new project called Dordeduh. Negură Bunget means “Dark Foggy Forest.”
Live on stage Withershin is a ferocious and ruthless beast. Worshiping Death in blood-smeared ecstasy, the bands dedication and conviction is evident in music and performance alike.
While some are illuminated by the black light, most will perish in its flames. The unwavering devotion to walk against all currents brings sight beyond the veil.
Nine : Vocals / Hizon : Guitar / Zek : Drums / Hex : Bass
This event was the culmination of the Black Metal Projekt STHLM, planned, realized & organized by Samuel as a school project (!!:)). I think he did great!!:)
Din Brad (RO): “Din Brad is a personal view on the Romanian traditional music. Din Brad was developed as a chance to offer a different dimension of our interest and views on the local Romanian folklore, history and spirituality. Romanian traditional music is rich, complex and diverse. The goal is to shape through the music of Din Brad as a personal vision on the local traditional music, it’s ceremonial and social value as well as the deep connection with the natural and spiritual surroundings. It won’t be something just about music, but as much as about traditional meanings, symbols and knowledge.”