Norwegian blackened hardcore outfit Nadir shared new track ‘Tenebrae’
Norwegian blackened hardcore outfit Nadir shared a new track off their debut full-length album ‘Extinction Rituals”, which is now scheduled for release on May 5th.
Titled “Tenebrae”, this new track is now playing at Invisible Oranges, whose editor Ted Nubel had this to say about this new effort “…it combines black metal and hardcore in a complex, interesting way that delivers a lethal blow to the brainstem. ‘Blackened hardcore’ can mean a lot of things, some of them very uninteresting, but Nadir starts from a point of clear fascination on both sides of the equation, and that passion translates audibly into a riff-heavy record that doesn’t treat any of its influences as mere texture.”
“Extinction Rituals” broadly follows the same trajectory as the band’s first EP “The Great Dying” combining fast-paced and heavy rhythms, furious and gritty guitar riffs and a venomous vocal delivery. Throughout ten tracks, Nadir prove that when a large portion of the metal landscape is nearing towards a uniform sonic entity, there is still potential to break the mold and be creative. This album is an unapologetic outburst of aggression and desperation. Pre-orders are now available at this location.
Ole Wik – Guitar and Vocals
Magnus Wiig – Guitar
Jonas Bengtson – Drums
Erik Gullesen – Bass
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