TAAKE / DEATHCULT split EP for EDGED CIRCLE now streaming at Black Metal Promotion

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On July 10th internationally, Edged Circle Productions will release Jaertegn, a special split 10″ EP between Taake and Deathcult. And today, the Black Metal Promotion YouTube channel streams the split EP in its entirety. Hear Taake and Deathcult‘s Jaertegn in its entirety exclusively HERE.

Indeed, Jaertegn is a momentous occasion, bringing together two of Norwegian black metal’s foremost torchbearers, all of it recorded, forged, and perfected within the darkest halls of the seven silver mountains of Bergen. By now, the infamous Taake should require no introduction. Here, they present the brand-new track “Slagmark,” moodily melodic and draped in the atmosphere of the ancients, alongside a reverential cover of Darkthrone’s “Ravnajuv” as a show of Norse solidarity and pride. For their part, Deathcult likewise deliver the goods, raising the same sterling banner they have across their two cult full-lengths. The new track “Der Würger” keeps its church-burning fire firmly within the ’90s, while a ribald cover of Beherit’s “Black Arts” closes things out with hideous, haunting finality. Truly, these two mighty hordes show a relentless devotion to the black arts.

Together, Jaertegn proves that the past is alive, and that Taake and Deathcult are Norwegian black metal’s present!

In the leadup to its international release this Friday, hear  Taake and Deathcult‘s Jaertegn in its entirety exclusively HERE, courtesy of the Black Metal Promotion YouTube channel. Preorder info can be found HERE at Edged Circle‘s Bandcamp. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Taake and Deathcult’s Jaertegn
1. Taake – Slagmark
2. Taake – Ravnajuv [Darkthrone cover
3. Deathcult – Black Arts [Beherit cover]
4. Deathcult – Der Würger

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