KHOLD - Phantom CD

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Norwegian black metal band Khold formed in Oslo in the year 2000, by Gard and Sarke (currently seen in his own, self-named act, alongside Darkthrone's Nocturno Culto), as Khold emerged out of the ashes of the cult band Tulus. They have recorded 5 albums to date, and have successfully toured with bands such as Satyricon and Behemoth in the past. Khold is also notable for their use of old Norse for song-titles and lyrics.

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Norwegian black metal band Khold formed in Oslo in the year 2000, by Gard and Sarke (currently seen in his own, self-named act, alongside Darkthrone's Nocturno Culto), as Khold emerged out of the ashes of the cult band Tulus. They have recorded 5 albums to date, and have successfully toured with bands such as Satyricon and Behemoth in the past. Khold is also notable for their use of old Norse for song-titles and lyrics.

'Phantom' was Khold's second album, released in 2002 on Moonfog Productions, just one year on from their debut 'Masterpiss of Pain'. The tracks on offer were once again a fine concoction of mid-paced, often groove-laden black metal, with old-school riffing, and a prominent bass presence helping to drive the tracks along. Khold quickly became firmly established in the black metal world as a serious force in this newer wave of Norwegian acts. The release of 'Phantom' was also followed by a tour with fellow Norwegians Satyricon.

This edition of 'Phantom' includes a bonus demo version of the song 'Rovnatt' recorded by the band in 2000, which had originally led to the band inking a deal with Moonfog.

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Data sheet

Format
CD
Style
Black Metal
Release Year
2011
Country
Norway