release date: 21-10-2017
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Finally, 16 years after it’s first release on VINYL ONLY on the US label L.S.D. Oganisation, this important opus by the fathers of Mz.412 and many other great projects is being made available for the first time ever on CD in a limited edition of 400!
"Northern Dark Supremacy" was the first collaboration between Henrik Bjorkk and Jonas Aneheim in the framework of Nordvargr / Drakh, only 5 albums were released by this band, the last one in 2008 (Old Europa Café). Thus, this re-issue is the first activity of the duo for almost 10 years – indeed we can speak about conditional activity since the re-release contains also exclusive material. Since 2012 Infinite Fog was conducting a project to publish this clot of darkness and the gloomy Swedish Lord Nordvargr was looking for master tapes that, in addition to the published tracks, should still contain some material from the same sessions that simply did not fit onto the vinyl. In 2016 everything was ready, 3 additional tracks were added and the duration of the album grew to an impressive 55 minutes, becoming a full-fledged, exciting long-play. For the development of design was invited well-known dark music artist Horth, whose style is the best suited to the visual display of the atmosphere of the album. The final version of "Northern Dark Supremacy" IS an album recorded on the icy boundary between Black Metal, Dark Ambient and Black Industrial. Mix Darkthrone’s "A Blaze in the Northern Sky", Lustmord's "Heresy" and S.P.K.’s "Information Overload Unit" and you get an approximate idea of what awaits you. Massive and ugly-gloomy landscapes of the true black atmospheres from the founders of the already legendary Swedish industrial scene. The ghouls, groans, and voices of the united forces of death trapped in the underground cells of Bohult. Attention - this can be dangerous for your health! No jokes, no hopes…
TRACKS: 01. Permafrost, 02. Northern Dark Supremacy, 03. Glacier Movements, 04. Ahmatak, 05. Betulheim, 06. Hat at Var Bon, 07. Ihmatak, 08. From unknown Terrain