|Ruin of Mankind||Revelations of Reckoning Day|| |
|Eden||Shades of Misery|| |
|Nidingsdåd||Nedom Og Nord|| |
|A Breath of Apocalypse||Revelations of Reckoning Day|| |
|A Fading Horizon||Summer Sabbath 2016|| |
|Warriors of the Northern Twilight||Shades of Misery|| |
|Dommedag||Revelations of Reckoning Day|| |
|The Silence||Nedom Og Nord|| |
|Burning Bridges||The Sun I Carried Alone|| |
|Tartarus||Revelations of Reckoning Day|| |
Khors is a Ukrainian black metal band formed in 2004 in Kharkiv by Khorus, the former bass guitarist of Astrofaes. During the creative activity, the band recorded four full-length albums and two DVDs. The group keeps an active touring and performed with groups like Enslaved, Moonspell, Behemoth, Gorgoroth, Nokturnal Mortum and Temnozor. Reviews and interviews of the group Khors may be found in many magazines and web publishing.
Kampfar is a black metal band from Fredrikstad, Norway. According to their singer, Dolk, their name is an ancient Norse battle cry which means Odin or Wotan. The music of Kampfar can be described as Black Metal inspired by Norwegian folklore and nature. The band is currently signed to Indie Recordings.
Cor Scorpii is a Black metal band from Sogndal, Norway, founded in 2004 by Gaute Refsnes, the former keyboardist of Windir. Cor Scorpii is an alternative name of Antares, the 15th brightest star in the sky. The name was chosen because the band members felt that it conveyed a mysterious and atmospheric feeling, corresponding to the musical and lyrical content.
Thulcandra is a black metal band from Munich, Germany. They have released three full-length studio albums. Their latest album Ascension Lost was released in 2015 through Napalm Records to positive reviews. The band's style is described as melodic black metal and inspired by bands such as Dissection, Sacramentum, and Unanimated.
Keep of Kalessin is an extreme metal band from Trondheim, Norway formed in 1993. The group's early lineup consisted of Ghash on vocals, Obsidian C. on guitars and keyboards, Warach on bass, and Vyl on drums. They released two albums under this lineup: Through Times of War in 1997, and Agnen: A Journey Through the Dark in 1999, before splitting up. Obsidian C. then toured with Satyricon, but revived the Keep of Kalessin name for a 2003 EP, Reclaim. In 2006 he reconstituted the group with a new lineup and released a third full-length, Armada. They toured with Behemoth and Dimmu Borgir early in 2008. Their fourth album Kolossus was released on June 6, 2008. They take their name from Ursula K. Le Guin's Earthsea series of books, where Kalessin is the name of the arch-dragon who is the bearer of the Earthsea world. Keep of Kalessin was nominated for a Spellemannprisen in the metal category in 2008.