Columbus based filth-mongers Knife Vision have announced two record that are being released this coming Friday.
First, there’s «Fryktelig For Alltid», the first album in three years from Norwegian black-punk outfit Witchface, who’d last been heard in «Alt Gaar I Svart», released in 2016 by Ken Rock. On «Fryktelig For Alltid», a couple of high profile guests contribute vocals, namely, Maniac (yes, the ex-Mayhem one) and Sam Vince from Carved Cross. Their contribution can be respectively found on «Det Drypper I Det Stille» and «Silke Kutt», with the former having been recorded in the old Helvete basement. Below, you can find two advance tracks, «Bloodsport» and «Krystallblad», as well as see the artwork, authored by Manuel Pereira.
«Fryktelig For Alltid» is set for release through Knife Vision on March 23. Its digital version can be pre-ordered here, while the 12” LP will become available at this location, at the label’s webstore. The three previous releases from Witchface can be heard here.
Then there’s the feast of lo-fi black punk that is the debut demo by Acousmatic Hate, which had first been released in digital version on November 2018 and can be streamed below.
There are also good news for fans of the more strictly raw black metal side of the label, as the upcoming releases will be accompanied by re-issues of «Venomous Sorcery Through Hidden Darkness» and «Across The Black Deltarium», by Geheimnisvoll and Borda’s Rope respectively. Both can be heard below.