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(1997 – present)

Norwegian , self-described as “Bunker Metal”.

Drottnar is bizarre; orthodox bedlam skillfully crafted through cutting- edge unorthodoxy. The totality of the concept compels beyond what trends or external preferences will ever decide. Conceived through a series of deeply vested intentions and ideals, Drottnar was proudly established in 1997. The bandmembers’ previous relationship to death metal evolved in patterns of fierceness, slightly changing into a more extreme taste.

The band’s first promo A White Realm was recorded in 1998, containing four black metal tracks. Staying quite underground for two more years, the material was eventually released on the first full lenght album Spiritual Battle in 2000. After the debut album, Drottnar moved to more experimental and technical directions, and the wrath of the four track EP Anamorphosis was unleashed through Momentum Scandinavia in 2003. This release is characterized as the first manifest of Drottnar’s now well known and peculiar style of black metal, also recognized as pioneering bunker metal to the inner circles.

In 2006 Drottnar again tightened its punishing musical fist through a noteworthy full- length album. Welterwerk was recorded in Subsonic Society and produced by Lars Klokkerhaug, who previously worked with bands as Satyricon, Darkthrone, Enslaved and Red Harvest. The album captures both the grimness of old-school black metal, as well as piercing contemporary avant-garde with revolutionary new themes. Welterwerk was followed up by the 7” vinyl featuring Victor Comrade and Ad Hoc Revolt.


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  • Un_Autre_Con

    Metalheads are missing out if they refuse to give this band a go because of their religion. Although it has to be said that Christians are missing out a lot more by not listening to bands with Satanic or Pagan imagery and beliefs.

    25 Mar 11:51am Reply
  • GodLord0

    great band

    28 Feb 6:19pm Reply
  • 40belowsummer

    Yeah I started with their newest album and after hearing their debut and their second album I was like "what happened to this band?" I know they needed time to create their sound which they fully established on "Welterwerk" and which makes them so original. I will be honest and say that I don't really need their first two albums and that I won't listen to them as often as their last two albums, but I will always respect what this band managed to do.

    5 Jan 1:45pm Reply
  • BlindSlaves

    The fact that they created their own genre was a good indicator of originality, but I still was taken aback when I first listened through their last 2 albums. Much talent went into making Drottnar what it is. God bless.

    10 Jun 2014 Reply
  • MyElbowsFellOff

    Massive respect for Drottnar. After hearing Welterwerk it was a long scary wait for anything else from this band. Stratum injects a brutal dose of black metal buggery deep into my gloopy asshole.

    3 Feb 2014 Reply
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  • Aggelos7

    Drottnar - Stratum (Endtime Productions) -

    29 Oct 2013 Reply

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  • iPowder

    This is their official CD webstore...hard copies - real physical 100% plastic made CD's. I got my orders thru their official site \m/

    20 Mar 2013 Reply
  • EcitsujSelur

    If you want to get news about upcoming Christian Black & Death Metal join here :

    4 Feb 2013 Reply
  • ImmortalFrost

    There will be the CD version, but I don't know when it will be released...

    29 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Vileinist

    new album is very interesting. It's like they threw DHG's Supervillain Outcast and Satyricon's Rebel Extravaganza into a blender

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • DarkSoul777

    I remember reading somewhere there was a delay with the CD version but I'm pretty sure there will be one. I also want a cd and not a download.

    5 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Mechayoshi

    Hey guy below! I totally agree. I WANT CD!

    3 Jan 2013 Reply
  • MrChimney

    Does anyone know whether the new album is being released as a CD version at all? From what I could find out, it seemed that it is only on iTunes as of now :( Such a shame if it'll be the only format for the album.

    3 Jan 2013 Reply
  • mrmichel0927

    I definitely agree. The new album is stunning.

    22 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Happy_Funeral

    Stratum>Welterwerk>Anamorphosis>Spiritual Battle This band is getting better and better with each release! :)

    22 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Happy_Funeral

    We March! [2]

    17 Oct 2012 Reply
  • mrmichel0927

    Check out my review for Stratum. There's a link to my blog on my page :)

    16 Oct 2012 Reply
  • nomoresorrow777

    We March!

    16 Oct 2012 Reply
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