NordWitch – Mørk Profeti (2016) – Review

RockmusicRaider Review - Nordwitch - Mork Profeti - Album CoverTo stand out from this vast Death Metal populace is hard. Real hard. I usually find an endless procession of coequal black-clad Death Metal outfits of all flavors on my promo list. All of those trying to sell the same bland soup all over again. Jockeying for position in a genre that somehow lost a lot of its lustre over time. And then there are those bands that are able to just give you this trifle added spice.

NordWitch is one of them. Back in January of this year, the band already got on the RockmusicRaider radar. And a really promising radar blip it was. Only to disappear again for long months, despite the promise that a #metal record should indeed be forthcoming shortly. Got hooked? Raid this some more...

Newsflash: Newcomer NordWitch plans to go large!

RockmusicRaider Newsflasch - NordWitch 2016Whoever said newcomers first need some action and experience before they deliver? These guys step right in with an alluring style of Black and Death Metal combined.

We talk about NordWitch, the Blackened Death Metal band from the cold East – Ukraine and Hungary to be precise. The band formed in February 2015 and started to produce some exceedingly powerful material. Their concept bases itself on satanism, occultism and mythology of the ancient Scandinavia. By Loki, I like that. 

The band’s foundations were laid by Mary Crematorium (vocals) and guitarists Max and Leo. All of them experienced musicians, they bring with them knowledge of some 10 years of musical projects already.Got hooked? Raid this some more...