Composing and Lyrics
Vox & Bass
The sixth full-length album from Djevel, the uncompromising Norwegian band performing Black Metal which sounds like it has been crafted since the 90s until today. With a structure and style far from modern Black Metal, this is how it sounded back in the days, with a raw and unpolished sound, still carefully maintaining melodic sounds and passages which creates the atmosphere a great Black Metal album needs.
The band, consisting of songwriter Ciekals, Mannevond (Koldbrann) and Faust (ex-Emperor, Blood Tsunami) has once again proved their stellar quality, making “Ormer Til Armer, Maane Til Hode” one of this years highlights in the genre. Ciekals explains: «The album title reflects the inner darkness, the part of man which unavoidably remains evil, and in a greater perspective meaning a darkness as in a total eclipse. “Ormer Til Armer, Maane Til Hode” is a description of this, and something which can be transfered to a physical being, but maybe more so a mental condition. The album is a reaction on the previous albums, and especially the last “Vettehymner” EP, being stripped of all acoustic guitars while chasing a more aggressive side to the band then its preceeding albums.»
The album artwork is another product from acclaimed norwegian artist Danny Larsen. Out October 18 on physical and digital formats.