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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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Photos by Hafsteinn Viðar Seeing that Wormlust hasn‘t released material for a while, I wanted to start with asking you about one of your most recent projects, Ljáin. What is the idea behind Ljáin? Well, Ljáin is a musical piece by Wormlust for the European tour – although it seems like it

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There is truth in the old saying that there is strength in numbers! Case in point is the brotherhood that has bonded Icelandic black metal bands together in recent history. As many of us know, this country has become a key player in the underground metal scene. Although many of

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Iceland has been turning out some of the most insane bands recently, and they don’t seem like they will be stopping anytime soon! Check out these two amazing full sets from Svartidauði and Misþyrming that were captured by Nordic Underground. CVLT Nation has something special in the works with our Icelandic Brethren, so

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We no longer record our history in our minds, or on stone tablets and walls that will carry our marks for centuries to come. As each decade has passed, we have found more fleeting capsules to contain our words and wisdom, scrolls that decay and books that burn, film that

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