The primitive black metal Norwegian act, born out of the ashes of classic band Tulus.
‘Mørke Gravers Kammer’ was Khold’s third album, recorded in late 2003 & originally released in 2004. By now Khold was fast becoming one of the premier Norwegian acts of the new millennium, mixing old school riffing with groove-laden black metal & a completely stripped down production, often classed as a fine mix of Darkthrone & Celtic Frost.
Mørke Gravers Kammer
Khold was based in Oslo, Norway and was formed by Sarke (drums), Gard (vocals/guitar). These two musicians came from the band/project Tulus, and Khold was formed because of a desire to be a "real band", with a steady, complete lineup, and opportunities to play live shows. They recruited two musicians to fit the empty slots: Rinn (also from Sensa Anima, guitar), and Eikind (bass). A demo was recorded, and in late 2000 Khold was signed by Moonfog.READ MORE
Khold's 2004 third album of groove-laden Norwegian black metal is set for a July 16th release, now including a previously unreleased track from the band's 2000 Demo. Pre-order HERE. ...11/07/2011
Coming August 15th is the release of the 2001 debut album of cold & primitive black metal from cult Norwegian act Khold, now featuring the bonus track 'Jol' taken from their 2000 demo. An album o ...