14 October Féleth release their third single ‘USA’ from the forthcoming album Divine Blight!
The third and last single from Féleth’s second album, Divine Blight, dives into a more genre fused song, starting off in a gentle and emotional soundscape driven by a powerful bass line before venturing into melodic and powerful choruses.
Probably the most unique song out of Féleth’s catalog, once again accompanied by their good friend Petter Carlsen (Pil & Bue), venturing into a more mellow and melancholic sound which is very different from anything they’ve done before, yet still staying true to their death metal roots.
With powerful lyrics that deal with the oppression that civilized cultures have brought upon natives around the world, touching upon how the Scandinavian people repressed the Samis while drawing aline towards what happened to the Native Americans, showcasing Espens lyrical prowess based on relevant subjects
New single release from Féleth is right around the corner! After ‘Majesty’ (released earlier this year) we have all been dying for more music from their much-awaited second album, Divine Blight (more info on this shortly)!
The song was magically forged during a jam session, showcasing a more melodic and atmospheric take on their music, going into a more blackened death metal style.
Having evolved from their debut album, you’ll find Féleth going a bit more progressive with the musical songwriting, with chaotic guitars combined with huge leads, drums that go from death and black metal into hip-hopesque patterns, while they still maintain their overall heaviness.
‘Kløpp Dreieventiln’ will be released July 16 and is the third single from the album Blanke Barter.
Wide guitars, a hard hitting energetic groove and a ratchet from Home Depot support the vocals’ fire and brimstone when preaching the message that it is best to do as Arne says: “Kløpp Dreieventiln (cut the rotary valve), and your moped will go warp speed”.
‘Kje Me Are’ is coming out on Rob Mules Records 11th of June!
‘Kje Me Are’ is the second single from the album Blanke Barter. The song is about adolescent friendship and betrayal. Wrapped in a melancholic melody and a heavy and sweet riff pushing the song forward with small nods to Kuyss and Color Haze.
In prehistoric times Hill of Tara was the seat of power where kings reigned. In ancient Irish religion and mythology, it was the sacred place of dwelling for the gods and was the entrance to the otherworld …
‘Hill of Tara’ was the last song written for Ohmwork’s fifth studio. The goal was to balance out the dynamics with a fast rocker. ‘Hill of Tara’ is indeed fast, fierce and aggressive but is much more than that. It became to the centerpiece of the forthcoming album and ended up being chosen as the second single release.
‘Drømmer På Boks’ will be released 7th of May on Rob Mules Records. It’s the first single from the album Blanke Barter which will be released in late summer.
This is a tune with underlying themes of ostracism, shame and indifference, wrapped in heavy riffs and strong melodic lines.
‘Drømmer på Boks’ delivers a crystal clear and prophetic vocal in the intersection between acoustic bluesy campfire atmosphere and hard hitting riffs honing from Clutch and Fu Manchu’s neighborhood. Egil Stemkens from multi Norwegian Grammy-winning band Hellbillies contributes on double bass, together with harmonica virtuoso Richard Gjems.
With new album ready to hit the stores in May, an epic track will proceed it a month beforehand.
The album title track ‘Misantropia’ will be out 23rd of April!
Misantropia is where the mind spins out of control – feeling worthless, pushed into a corner, with no room to maneuver. But Misantropia is like most other places. Where there is a way in, there is also a way out …