Black Metal Friday: Tsjuder “Norwegian Apocalypse (2006 Live DVD)
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Norwegian extreme metal band Tsjuder has had a rocky history. Their numerous line-up changes, break-ups, and other assorted misfortunes have resulted in the band only releasing five full-length albums in its tumultuous 23-year career.

But, when they’re active they are super influential, as evidenced in today’s Black Metal Friday selection. Tsjuder’s 2006 live DVD Norwegian Apocalypse shows the band in all of its live glory.

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Black Metal Friday: Oathbreaker “10:56” / “Second Son of R.”
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Oathbreaker hails from Belgium and plays a unique blend of hardcore and black metal. Vocalist Caro Tanghe moves effortlessly between sultry clean vocals and a feral scream that will send chills down your spine and the music follows suit.

On September 30, Oathbreaker released its third full length album entitled Rheia via Deathwish Inc. The record is absolutely stunning. You should definitely check it out as soon as possible. In the meantime, here is the first video from the album featuring the conjoined tracks “10:56” and “Second Son of R.”

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Black Metal Friday: Feral “While Flowers Die”
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Feral is a one-man black metal project hailing from Tabusintac, New Brunswick, Canada. The man behind the project is J. Feral, who released his first full-length effort For Those Who Live In Darkness back in 2014. Now after two years, Feral is back with the upcoming release of his sophomore album Forever Resonating In Blood. The record will be available on October 16, 2016 via Feral’s Bandcamp page, so be sure to head on over there and pre-order your copy.

Meanwhile, we’ve got a sneak peek at the album right here via the first single. This is “While Flowers Die” and it is our selection for this Black Metal Friday’s song of the week.

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Black Metal Friday: Carach Angren “When Crows Tick On Windows”
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Carach Angren means “Iron Jaws” in the Elvish language of Sindarin and appears as the name of a mountain pass in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. It is also the moniker of one of symphonic metal’s most celebrated modern bands.

Hailing from The Netherlands, Carach Angren (the band) has released four full-length albums and two extended plays since their formation in 2003. All of the band’s records so far have been horror-themed concept albums. The latest of those endeavors is the 2015 album This Is No Fairytale.

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Black Metal Friday: Mist Of Misery “Absence”
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Swedish band Mist of Misery has just released its second full-length album via Black Lion Records. It is titled Absence and it is a tour de force of symphonic black metal. The record marks a notable upgrade in songwriting and production quality from the already impressive trio. Formed in 2010, they have also previously released two excellent EPs in addition to their debut album Bleak Autumn.

Absence is an album that is truly meant to be listened to as a whole, nevertheless, the band has released a single and it is the album’s title track. It is also our pick for this week’s featured Black Metal Friday track. If you like what you’re hearing here, I strongly recommend that you pick up a copy of Absence and enjoy it in it’s entirety.

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