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      Blodhemn 'Mot Ein Evig Ruin' Album Review by AllySson Kingsley


      Mot Ein Evig Ruin

      Soulseller Records

      February 15, 2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio



      BLODHEMN is Norwegian black metal formed in 2004 by sole member Invisus. Prior albums include Brenn Alle Bruer (2010) , Holmengraa (2012) and H7 (2014), BLODHEMN’s third full-length Mot Ein Evig Ruin was created in one of the capitals of Nordic metal, Bergen. The album was mixed by Øystein Brunn of Borknagar fame at Crosound Studios and mastered by Christian Idregard. Apart from creator and founder Invisus the live lineup includes members Dan (drums), Hauk (bass), Ånneland  (lead guitar), and Xarim  (rhythm guitar).

      Mot Ein Evig Ruin is not your typical black metal that quantifies Norway, Sweden, and Finland. There is an air of something different that's hard to explain until you listen to it and pick apart the sounds. It is what I describe as “smooth” sounding. The production is excellent, perfected to a tee. My choice picks are “Uante Krefter I Fra Nord” (translates to Unheard of in the North) which is over 8 minutes of exhilarating black metal madness and “ Dra Te' Helvete” (Drag to Hell).

      BLODHEMN seem to strip back the bleakness, replacing it with more groove-based riffing. Darkly introspective, it's melodies are poignant and captivating backed by moving harmonies underneath.



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