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“Air guitar! C’mon!”
"This is a group carving themselves a place in the new decade."
A warm new dawn from the cold, frost-bitten North.
Killyourstereo.com had a jovial chat with Kvelertak's Erlend Hjelvik about about the release of their third LP, digging H.P. Lovecraft, lyrics lost in translation, and some good ol’ fashioned nihilism.
"They discharge many of their finest riffs to date."
They leave nothing in reserve and after a wall of feedback and epic final song Utrydd dei Svake, Kvelertak leave the satiated crowd to file out with battered senses and ringing ears.
Kvelertak are a rock’n’roll lucky dip who, despite critiques of often sounding too accessible, put on a damn entertaining show.
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A heap of local talent will open for the Norwegian metallers