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Almost two years ago, Hafsteinn Viðar of Wormlust created an beyond amazing Icelandic photo scene report for CVLT Nation. Many of the images were otherworldly and breathtaking. Now H.V. is about to release his photography book entitled Svartmálmur – Icelandic Black Metal (pre-order HERE!). This book has been 3 years in the making, and gives

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H.V. of WORMLUST has curated a Two Hour mix tape of Icelandic Metal for our 7th anniversary that is a must-have for any metalhead. We want to say thank you to all of the bands from Iceland that have supported us over the years. We have nothing but respect for

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Text and photos: Void Revelations  These pictures of Iceland’s Svartidauði were captured at their Continental Cruzifiction Tour in Weinheim, Germany. They show the band while preparing for their ritual on stage. The photographer is only an observer here, and does not intervene in this at any time. These moments give a

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NORNAHETTA are unique among their no-less-distinguished contemporaries for their challenging, largely-improvised aesthetic. Hand in hand with such an aesthetic is a strive for the outer reaches of the subconscious through psychedelic means, and that’s exactly what the aptly-fucking-titled Synesthetic Parcidolia accomplishes. Unremittingly ugly, restlessly roiling, and yet somehow imbued with preternatural

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Photos: Verdi ljos From the 16th -18th of February, Oration Records‘ ORATION FEST took place in Reykjavík, Iceland. Our comrade Verdi ljos was on hand to capture the musical ritual that took place featuring bands like Svartidauði, Outre, Aosoth, Rebirth of Nefast, Almyrkvi, NYIÞ, SLIDHR and SINMARA! These photos tell the story of Icelandic

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I’ve heard that you, Illugi, write most of the material. Is that true, or is more like a collaborative effort? If not, what’s the writing process? Mannveira started as a solo effort; I wrote all of the Von er eitur material by myself, but then I recruited the rest of

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