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BEST OF SCANDINAVIA PART BLACK

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WELCOME Cool to see you again in these special issues. I’d like to welcome you to the new issue of MHF SPECIALS: Best of Scandinavia. Curated finds, insider insights, considered picks and identifiable sounds hailing from our global community.

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This is your essential Scandi Sound Kit.

There must be something in the northern air. Maybe it’s the aurora borealis that sprinkles something magical from the skies that makes the essence of the Scandinavian music scene so masterfully haunting and immensely monumental. Enveloping the darkness like no other, the Scandis have found a way to power through the compositional and performative barriers of the heavier genres of music. Maybe it’s the way they seamlessly marry unrelated elements in an unexpected way. Foggy guitars, furious riffs, expansive growls and screams with ambient textures and ethereal melodies. This is the first part of these series. Black Metal.

Anyway, we hope you enjoy this one.

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The early black metal scene, the first wave, initially created as "Satanic metal", has often sparked controversy, due to the actions and ideologies associated with the genre. Church burnings and murders? More like fast tempos, a shrieking vocals, distorted guitars lo-fi recordings, and atmosphere. By Y. Chelf Dortlouke

It's probably the most dramatic, violent and obscure representation of contemporary, international, semipopular culture. Some say it is an extremist sect of an extremist sect. Accepting and embracing the irrational and primal; it is a critique of modern rationalism and secularism. A paradox, balancing between individualism that longs to belong. Fundamentally opposing views that somehow co-exist. Stained with uncomfortable concepts, such as misogyny, nationalism, homophobia -but I will not get into those.

There are plenty of spots available in the graveyard of Black Metal theories but sincerity, authenticity and extremity are valued above all else. Along with the fear of selling out which is now, slowly replaced by the fear of not being black metal copy-cats. Trends come and go, believe me. In music too. But there's a devoted presence in the black metal community that I find strangely and strongly warming. Bruising, noisy and unforgiving at the same time.

This piece is about the music. I'm here to talk about that. Maybe aesthetics as well. The rest I condemn.

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IMMORTAL

He was like: "Oh, it's a shame he is dead but I got pictures taken".

When our first album came out people were saying it was shit, when the second album came out the same people said “Oh well I loved the first one, the new one is no good”.

DARKTHRONE Destroy their modern metal and bang your fucking head EMPEROR Why do you come now? I don’t need your recognition... DIMMU BORGIR ...this genre of music is very complex so, just like with opera, you kind of have to train your ear to understand it. Some people can perceive it as pure chaos, but I would say that it’s organized chaos".

GORGOROTH Am I happy with it, or not? That is what counts BURZUM Innovation, creativity and lunacy goes hand in hand.

HE WAS LIKE: "OH, IT'S A SHAME HE IS DEAD BUT I GOT PICTURES TAKEN". ANCIENT We may not be the most original band around, but I always thought we had our own identity, our own sound. 1349 1349 is not a band that consists of friends. It is four individuals that come together because there is a will to create something, and there is a magic happening in between us when we come together.

ENSLAVED It’s all about getting the dynamics right. It’s supposed to be seamless.


NORWAY “BLACK METAL IN A SENTENCE”

GEHENNA with any Gehenna album, people get it instantly or they don’t understand what we’re doing at all MANES Does our death-fetish fit in with your punkpop friends? SATYRICON I don’t have strong opinions on the scene in general, my concern is to contribute to making music the way we want it to be.

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THORNS I try not to be so inspired by music, I try to make music from ideas, from thoughts, from feelings, from… it’s difficult, from mathematics, from physics, from stuff that happen in nature, natural events. I try to find inspiration in everything, not just music because I think if you just listen to other music it would be too narrow when you want to create something new, I try to find the inspiration somewhere else. Most of the times, I am just trying to materialize a feeling into music."

ULVER you need vanity and pride in your work

TULUS it was special to record our first full length album Pure black energy. I still like that album much today.

DOES OUR DEATH-FETISH FIT IN WITH YOUR PUNK-POP FRIENDS? OLD FUNERAL We came from the small village Lysekloster and it was only 5-6 people into metal music. 4 of us ended up in bands COVENANT Eskil and I have been doing our own thing for so long that it sometimes gets difficult to avoid repeating ourselves.

KHOLD

TAAKE there should be no taboos in Black Metal and other people need to mind their own fuckin business.

We’re always trying to keep things simple and raw, and we’ve found out that by putting too many ideas in the music you will have, in most cases; chaos! TSJUDER I hope the fuckers in the Norwegian government will remove our "state-church"


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ACÂRASH

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Blending hard rock, doom and black metal, ACÂRASH is a band that embraces tradition yet manages to forge a sound that is uniquely theirs. It is a sound where esoteric poetry and ritualistic contemplation are central to the music, and mirror the nuances in both sound and musical contrasts. When it comes to Scandinavian black metal we can clearly see the culture and the place incorporated into the music and imagery of each band. Why is that so prevalent in the Scandinavian scene? Is there something in the water?

There’s probably different reasons for that, I suppose. The cultural heritage being one of them, with its honour, its unique imagery and its connection to nature. Speaking of nature, I believe the Scandinavians also have a quite direct contact with nature – even among a lots of urban population – which you don’t always find in other countries. And there’s the huge element of coincidence and characters. When the second wave was formed, it surely didn’t come out of nothing. All the elements was there already – music, visuals, philosophical ideas – it was more a matter of chaining them together in a meaningful way. And that’s probably were the Norwegians and Swedes outdid the others, in belief and dedication. Although metal heads have been quite dedicated and real for a long time, the intense belief and dedication of the Norwegian scene in the early and mid nineties was another level. Even if the total lack of irony was quite funny as well, it also made for a tight knit community with effective rules and codes of honour.

"THE SCANDINAVIANS ALSO HAVE A QUITE DIRECT CONTACT WITH NATURE." Regarding the sound of black metal,

I believe the genre always

there are two conflicting groups within

needs both the conservative and

the genre:

the progressive element. There

those that stay true to the black metal

wouldn’t be a

roots, the true minimalists who insists

second wave if not for both of

on performing only with the standard

those qualities.

guitar-bass-drums setup and recorded in a low fidelity style and there’s another school of thought that is open to introducing new and progressive elements. Personally I’m with the minimalists and

Have you ever attempted to burn a church? (No worries, we ain’t calling the cops).

I have been accused of being a purist. I don’t mind that at all, maybe I

Not

am indeed, but I was wondering if you

that I’m aware of, no.

find these restricting. I mean as musicians you are a highly creative individuals, you obviously feel the need to break the norms and make music, so what’s your input on that?

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Unlike

Unlike

other metal genres, black metal

other kinds of metal, black metal

is heavily packed with ideology

has numerous one-man bands.

and ethos.

Do think this

There’s a wide range of political

individualistic approach is a

views found in the black metal

reflection of a deep rooted

scene, there’s

misanthropic foundation?

opposition to society and opposition to all sorts of religion as well. Do you ever fear that all these deprive the music itself from being the first priority?

Not at all. The different views and philosophical takes within the genre helps create the unique diversity and atmosphere. You can’t really separate the

Partly, yes. Black metal has become a way to channel both hate, anger and depression for many people, and the acceptance of lo-fi productions has made it that much easier to release music within the genre. Which of course is a good thing, both for the artists and the scene.

music from the views and the beliefs, and the process of making music is always shaped by way more than just hammering down the riffs.

Do you think that

"THE ACCEPTANCE OF LO-FI PRODUCTIONS HAS MADE IT THAT MUCH EASIER TO RELEASE MUSIC WITHIN THE GENRE."

appearance is a key factor when it comes to black metal? We got

If you had a magic wand and

a very specific dress code, corpse

could define the future of black

paint and so on, so how crucial

metal, what would be

are all these in black metal?

your ideal vision?

Sure, it’s a key factor and pretty

A healthy blend of the

crucial for the identity of the

conservative and the progressive

genre. It’s definitely a good thing

within the scene, I guess.

that bands feel some kind of

I believe that the balance of those

pressure to create a total package,

elements has been quite decent

from the visual art to the stage

for the last few years, so I’m not

wear. That being said I believe a

worried. What’s equally important

lot of bands could have

is that a significant portion of the

experimented a bit more with

scene and the genre stays

their visual presence, instead of

underground. Too much

just copying. The visual evolution

mainstream bands connected to

of black metal is pretty slow and

the scene will devalue the genre.

conservative. Which in itself is

Luckily the scene is made up of

healthy, but you need the balance.

pretty dedicated and honourable

And you need the odd band trying

people, and many of them

out new stuff.

are quick to exclude or redefine greedy or parasitic bands. This is crucial to preserve some kind of purity within the genre.


DENMARK “BLACK METAL IN A SENTENCE”

MERCYFUL FATE “IF THERE IS A HELL AND I GO THERE WHO CARES? I’VE ALREADY FACED IT”

“In my life I’ve seen a lot of things, Supernatural things. I’ve seen the place between heaven and hell.”

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HORNED ALMIGHTY Look, our style is so firmly rooted in ’old’ metal that no matter how much we try to evolve, we’re always gonna come across like a mixture of late-80s to mid-90s black and death metal; and we’re perfectly fine with this.


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MICHAEL DENNER OF MERCYFUL FATE

ONE THING I'VE LEARNED while working on this special issue is that opinions and mindsets vary to a vast degree even within the same genre and community. And that I love Michael Denner. Never have I met such a grounded, genial and good-natured artist in my career. He set the bar so high that I don't even know what's the point anymore.


" We wanted to make it the heaviest band in the world".

When it comes to Scandinavian black metal we can clearly see the culture and the place incorporated into the music and imagery of each band. Why is that so prevalent in the Scandinavian scene? Is there something in the water? Hahahahaha! Actually, when we started we were one of the very few bands that played that kind of music. The very heavy type of metal, you know? But things developed after that, the black metal scene became bigger. Back then we had no idea what we were doing, we just wanted to play. When the band Venom came out suddenly we had a new genre. We didn’t associate with the bands that came afterwards. So, it just happened for us. And some other bands then, carried it on. More satanic and more brutal. For us, we were just 3 guys with the same idea of what to do with the band. We wanted to make it the heaviest band in the world. I do feel that we were able to create what we had in mind. And of course Kind Diamond with his satanic lyrics, in my book he was the first of the kind. A lot of Scandinavian bands followed in the years to come, after that. But I do think we were the first ones in Scandinavia and its surroundings that took it to that point.


Regarding the sound of black metal, there are two conflicting groups within the genre: those that stay true to the black metal roots, the true minimalists who insists on performing only with the standard guitar-bass-drums setup and recorded in a low fidelity style and there’s another school of thought that is open to introducing new and progressive elements. Personally I’m with the minimalists and I have been accused of being a purist. I don’t mind that at all, maybe I am indeed, but I was wondering if you find these restricting. I mean as musicians you are highly creative individuals, you obviously feel the need to break the norms and make music, so what’s your input on that? The thing is, it’s important to cross boundaries, to be able to do what you feel, and not put labels to the kind of music you are playing. Just do what you feel and things will come to you, that’s what we did back then. If you wanna call yourself black metal or death metal, and stick to the formula because you know this what your fans expect, it’s fine by me.

But I’m too eager to try new things. I can’t just stay in one position, there are no limits. That is the way I work. I can only speak for myself.

I need to move, to try to chase all kinds of impulses in music.


Have you ever attempted to burn a church? (No worries, we ain’t calling the cops).          No. This is so far away from what I am [laughs]. I’m completely in it for the music. No religions and so on. The only one of us who was into the satanic things was King Diamond,bthe rest of us was just there for the music. I respect that, just like I respect all beliefs, but I don’t believe in anything I’m an atheist. The only thing I don’t like is people destroying other people’s property.

Unlike other metal genres, black metal is heavily packed with ideology and ethos. There’s a wide range of political views found in the black metal scene, there’s opposition to society and opposition to all sorts of religion as well. Do you ever fear that all these deprive the music itself from being the first priority?

I mean for me always music is the only thing that matters. This horror stories if you wanna call them is just a bonus to keep the audience entertained and engaged in what you do.


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     Unlike other kinds of metal, black metal has numerous one-man bands. Do think this individualistic approach is a reflection of a deep rooted misanthropic foundation?

          Do you think that appearance is a key factor when it comes to black metal? It’s important because

To be able to have complete control of

it’s kind of a statement.

what you do can be an advantage. You are the only person in the world with a specific idea, so you are able to do what

It’s like a uniform bring the metal people together.

you want 100%. But to get inspiration from other musician and other people around you, it’s also important. To have someone to inspire you and make you see things. It’s an advantage and a limitation at the same time.

No matter what genre of metal you are into, everyone has a uniform. It’s the community and the society. It’s an essential part of the community. That community is my family somehow, of course people dress to show their appreciation and they are the most loyal fans in the world.

I totally appreciated it when people come in their outfits, its super cool!


"I totally appreciated it when people come in their [metal] outfits, its super cool!"

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         If you had a magic wand and could define the future of black metal, what would be your ideal vision? I would hope to develop it. To take the genre to the next lever and experience new things. That’s the interesting part for me.

My son is 23 years old he is deeply into black metal and death metal. So every day he comes up with new ideas, he plays them for me and I am unable to follow, that’s very educational.

Even though I’m personally more of a heavy metal guy in general, my son helps me out, he lays out these interesting things for me, and that’s allows me to be able to dig deep in the genres and its super cool.

For a guy who is 61 years old.

"That’s the thing you know, I’ll be here for as long as I can go. It’s my life, you know, it’s my life…."


SWEDEN A TO Z

THE BANDS YOU NEED TO KNOW

DISSECTION PLAYED A CENTRAL ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SWEDEN'S BLACK METAL AND DEATH METAL SCENES, PARTICULARLY THROUGH THE INFLUENCE OF THE FIRST TWO ALBUMS; IT HAS SOMETIMES BEEN DESCRIBED AS PART OF THE GOTHENBURG SCENE. NÖDTVEIDT COMMITTED SUICIDE WITH A GUN INSIDE A CIRCLE OF LIT CANDLES

MARDUK

FORMED BY MORGAN STEINMEYER HÅKANSSON IN ORDER TO FORM THE "MOST BLASPHEMOUS BAND IN THE WORLD"

ABRUPTUM

ONE OF THE LEADERS OF THE TRUE SATANIST HORDE, PART OF THE SWEDISH BLACK METAL SCENE. EURONYMOUS, CO-FOUNDER OF MAYHEM AND FOUNDER OF DEATHLIKE SILENCE PRODUCTIONS, DESCRIBED ABRUPTUM AS "THE AUDIAL ESSENCE OF PURE BLACK EVIL"

ARCKANUM

DARK FUNERAL

THEY EMERGED DURING THE SECOND WAVE OF BLACK METAL.THEIR LYRICAL THEMES HAVE TRADITIONALLY PERTAINED TO SATANISM AND ANTI-CHRISTIANITY.

FUNERAL MIST,

ARCKANUM'S LYRICS DEAL MAINLY WITH THE WORSHIP OF CHAOS, AS WELL AS ANTICOSMIC SATANISM

ARMAGEDDA

THEIR IDEA WAS TO CREATE SOME SPIRITUAL DISEASE THROUGH MUSIC THAT WOULD INFECT AND DESTROY HUMAN MINDS. BATHORY, BESTIAL MOCKERY,

FUNERAL MIST PLAYS A BLACK METAL STYLE CHARACTERISED BY NORMA EVANGELIUM DIABOLI AS VIOLENT, CHAOTIC AND "MUSICALLY BIZARRE", TO WHICH ARIOCH ADDED "COMPLEX LAYERS OF ILL SOUNDS" ON MARANATHA.

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SWEDEN A TO Z

LORD BELIAL AMONG THE PIONEERS OF SWEDISH BLACK METAL.THEIR SOUND HAS BEEN COMPARED WITH BANDS SUCH AS DISSECTION

NAGLFAR

NAGLFAR FORMED IN 1992.[2] THE BAND WAS ORIGINALLY CALLED UNINTERRED,[2] AND WAS FOUNDED BY JENS RYDÉN ON VOCALS AND GUITAR, AND KRISTOFFER OLIVIUS ON BASS

NECROPHOBIC

THE LYRICS GENERALLY TEND TO REVOLVE AROUND DARKNESS, EVIL, ANTI-CHRISTIANITY AND VIKING MYTHOLOGY.

NIFELHEIM

THE BAND FIRED THEIR FIRST GUITARIST "MORBID SLAUGHTER" FOR HAVING A GIRLFRIEND

ONDSKAPT

ONDSKAPT ARE SUPPOSEDLY INSPIRED BY OFERMOD.[1][2] THEIR LYRICAL THEMES DEAL MOSTLY WITH THEISTIC SATANISM AND DEATH WORSHIP

SVARTSYN

THE BAND FORMED IN 1991 AS CHALICE, BUT CHANGED THEIR NAME TO SVARTSYN IN 1993 AFTER THE DEATH OF ORIGINAL DRUMMER TORMENTOR.

VONDUR

THE SOUND COULD BE DESCRIBED AS PRIMITIVE BLACK METAL, THOUGH RUMORS HAVE CLAIMED THAT THIS WAS CONCEIVED AS A JOKE BAND.

OPHTALAMIA

OPHTHALAMIA IS A FANTASY-WORLD.THE GODDESS OF THIS WORLD IS ELISHIA, THE WOMAN WITH THE DEMONS.

SHINING

SHINING IS A SWEDISH BLACK METAL BAND FORMED IN 1996 BY NIKLAS KVARFORTH IN HALMSTAD, SWEDEN. THE BAND'S MUSIC CONTAINS DEPRESSIVE UNDERTONES, WHICH INCLUDE PERSONAL AND SUICIDE-THEMED LYRICS.

WATAIN

THE BAND HAVE BECOME INFAMOUS FOR THEIR THEISTIC SATANIST VIEWS AND FOR THEIR LIVE SHOWS WHICH INVOLVE PYROTECHNICS, CANDLES, SATANIC RITUALS, ANIMAL CARCASSES, AND BLOOD.

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BARATHRUM

IMPALED NAZARENE

I just try to stay away from musical influences

For a band like us, four drunken fucking idiot Finnish guys, I think we’ve done rather well

BEHERIT It was wintertime and we were really sick with the flu all the time. I had to open a vodka bottle just so that I could open my voice. BEHEXEN We’re the cult, brotherhood of Satan, not just a band HORNA I am a Satanist though I´d say I´m closer to an apprentice than a full prophet.

SARGEIST Another thing I like doing is hiding more or less obvious ‘Easter eggs’ in song melodies – subtle at first, but once discovered you’ll never be able to forget them. Seen through puritan eyes, the more obvious ones probably border on plagiarism; that much I can freely admit. SATANIC WARMASTER People like me eat meat, drink alcohol, worship Black Metal and seek the wisdom within our inner darkness here

"PEOPLE LIKE ME EAT MEAT, DRINK ALCOHOL, WORSHIP BLACK METAL AND SEEK THE WISDOM WITHIN OUR INNER DARKNESS HERE".

THY SERPENT “Dark Metal” is simply Metal music with dark lyrics. Lyrics are not a satanic ones, not gore type and not any other, just dark.

WYRD You could say that I never had any other options but to start playing metal.


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Finnish Black Metal obscurity since 1999. Worship the dark arts, they said. It will be fun they said.

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When it comes to Scandinavian black metal we can clearly see the culture and the place incorporated into the music and imagery of each band. Why is that so prevalent in the Scandinavian scene? Is there something in the water?

Water? We don’t drink water, that’s what.

Seriously though, one’s heart and soul should be reflected in music, otherwise it serves no purpose as a form of art and creation. Odds are the surrounding cold nature has its influence more than not.


Regarding the sound of black metal, there are two conflicting groups within the genre: those that stay true to the black metal roots, the true minimalists who insists on performing only with the standard guitar-bass-drums setup and recorded in a low fidelity style and there’s another school of thought that is open to introducing new and progressive elements. Personally I’m with the minimalists and I have been accused of being a purist. I don’t mind that at all, maybe I am indeed, but I was wondering if you find these restricting. I mean as musicians you are highly creative individuals, you obviously feel the need to break the norms and make music, so what’s your input on that? Anything can and will happen. The only thing I keep an eye on is that each song is foremost a full piece in itself without added instruments and works to its full extent as metal. Many artists using keyboards and such tend to forget this and if you strip the song down to it’s core element there’s nothing of interest left.

For us it’s always been as minimalist as possible but lo-fi sound is a choice of presentation yet often seems counter-productive, especially these days, and has its time and place.

When that becomes the sole aim in one’s black metal it often falls into a pile of unlistenable garbage. Mind you, Sargeist has many releases that can be pinned under the so-called lo-fi style yet has never been the sole aim of it.

Lo-fi for the sake of being “purist” is just that, serves no other purpose than to glorify yourself in your own bubble and jerk-off circles.


Have you ever attempted to burn a church? (No worries, we ain’t calling the cops).          No. Our targets of arson have been something else.

Unlike other metal genres, black metal is heavily packed with ideology and ethos. There’s a wide range of political views found in the black metal scene, there’s opposition to society and opposition to all sorts of religion as well. Do you ever fear that all these deprive the music itself from being the first priority? Black Metal is gospel of the Devil and as such, doesn’t exist in my world-view as mere music and never has. It is as much music as it is religious zealotry and practice. Opposing every mandate of life-loving religion comes hand in hand with the love for death and beyond.

Political views have no place here.


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DRESS CODE? I COULDN’T CARE LESS. Unlike other kinds of metal, black metal has numerous one-man bands. Do think this individualistic approach is a reflection of a deep rooted misanthropic foundation? Either that or being such a miserable twat nobody wants to play with you. Any band that does not intend to perform live has no need for a full line-up and if you can, why not do it all by yourself. Sadly many use this as an excuse to record and publish music as valuable as toilet noise.

Do you think that appearance is a key factor when it comes to black metal? We got a very specific dress code, corpse paint and so on, so how crucial are all these in black metal? None of it has relevance on a wider scale. If I started a new band today I most likely would drop the whole corpse-paint tradition. It has been done to a point of being normalized and accepted, instead of being something ugly and morbid as it has been three decades ago. Also, dress code? I couldn’t care less. Your music, lyrical content and their relevance are the first that should speak louder than any visual output ever should.


If you had a magic wand and could define the future of black metal, what would be your ideal vision? All dead or filled with religious zealotry. There’s no middle ground, no musicians doing music but all singing praising gospels for the Lord.


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