Norwegian black metallers Nattverd stream their highly anticipated third album, Vandring, at the Black Metal Promotion YouTube channel. Set for international release on April 30th via Osmose Productions, Vandring forms the final chapter of Nattverd‘s Black Death Trilogy, which includes the 2019 EP Skuggen and 2020’s full-length Styggdom. Stream Nattverd‘s Vandring in its entirety exclusively HERE.
According to the band – whose lineup is composed of Ormr on vocals and guitars, Atyr on guitars, Sveinr on bass, Antichristian on drums, and Serpentr on guitars – Vandring is “a more dynamic album than our last, because we have challenged the core that is Nattverd, whilst at the same time staying true to the spirit that is the band. We have pushed some boundaries, which has resulted in more diverse tracks, that touch a lot on melancholy, and is even more aggression, with epic moments.”
In the leadup to its international release this Friday, stream Nattverd‘s Vandring in its entirety exclusively HERE, courtesy of Black Metal Promotion.
Vandring was recorded during March and April of 2020 at Velvet Recording in Spydeberg, Norway, with producer Christer Krogh, who also mastered the album. Cover artwork, courtesy of Khaos Diktator Design and Ormr, and tracklisting are as follows:
Tracklisting for Nattverd’s Vandring
1. Det Bloer Paa Alt Som Spirer
2. Martyrer Av Kristus
3. Naar Taaken Fortaerer Alt
4. Med Rive Og Lime
5. I Moerket Slumrer Ravnen
6. Gudsmenn, Deres Svik Erkjenn
7. Det Hvisker I Veggene
8. Langt Langt Der Borte I Det Fjerne
Vandring will be available on CD, digital, vinyl LP (both black and limited-edition red versions), and tape formats, and is now available to pre-order from the following:
Osmose Productions Webshop: : http://bit.ly/nattverd-shop
Formed in the late ’90s, Nattverd is a band that has always preferred that its output be judged on purely musical merits, rather than on the past or future reputations of its extremely skilled and experienced lineup, and to this end, their true identities of its musicians have always been kept private. For more info, consult the links below: