QWÄLEN – Finnish black metal punks premiere new album “Unohdan sinut” at No Clean Singing

Finnish black metal punks QWÄLEN prepare to release their new album “Unohdan sinut” (Time To Kill Records) this Friday, February 19th 2021. Preceding its official release, No Clean Singing is now hosting an exclusive premiere of the record at THIS LOCATION!

Last week, Invisible Oranges hosted the official premiere of the album’s second single. Watch the disturbing video of “Polku” at THIS LOCATION!

The band states: “We guess Darkthrone, Nifelheim, Bathory, Terveet Kädet are the acts that we are influenced by. Some things you can hear in the sound, some not. The band’s sound sort of just comes out as it is, even though we try to write songs with whatever focus there is”.


01 – Pimeä tila
02 – Viekää minut pois
03 – Polku
04 – Hän ei tule koskaan
05 – Rituaali
06 – Unohdan sinut
07 – Temppeli


Bandcamp: https://qwaelen.bandcamp.com/
Bigcartel: https://timetokillrecords.bigcartel.com/category/qwalen


Hailing from Oulu/Helsinki,QWÄLEN found its current form in 2017 after a bunch of different lineups. The band members share a passion for playing music in its various raw manifestations and their band backgrounds include Kürøishi, Nistikko, Dumathoin and Akma among many others. The members have been actively involved with the underground punk scene and this longtime involvement in the punk scene can also be heard in the music, with Young and in the Way and Dödsrit influences seeping into their interpretation of black metal. Lyrical content concentrates mostly on self-portrayal rather than the stereotypical anti-religious themes.


Demo (2018)
“Unohdan sinut” (2021)


Eetu – Vocals
Antti – Guitar
Henri – Drums
Ville – Bass
Samuli – Guitar




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