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In June 1993, three men came together, earlier unknown to each other. They saw the idea of promoting their views and affection of the questions of life and death through the use of music and symbolism. The group called itself Trident, after the symbol the Devil (and Poseidon) was seen pointing with, as a symbol the world made him. Autumn reduced the group-members from three to two.

The group soon changed name to Nåstrond, the word became a combination between the ancient and the modern writing, yesterday and now, coming together in unity; Nastrond. At the time of Yule, Nåstrond released the first production: “The Black Winter”. Three of the songs were later used on their demo “From A Black Funeral Coffin” in january 1994. This tape was released in 666 copies. And since several years ago, totally sold out.

During the Winter season 1994-1995 Nåstrond recorded, under much of problems, their 7”ep “Digerdöden” a sort of celebration of the 645 years that had passed since the bubonic plague ripped the spine of Europa. The cover featured “Pesta”. A Nordic female manifestation of the Plague.

The ignorance of “want to be” stories concerning “Vampirism” made the ground for the CD “Toteslaut”. The Triumph of Death was an link between the songs which dealt with numerous things, all from the sadist king, Gilles de Rais, to Necromancy and Vampirism in Magick practises (Wamphyrism). During this phase, the band was also associated with the Black Order of the Dragon. An Occult lodge submitted to the Sinister Tradition.


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