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Vattnet Viskar is an atmospheric black/doom metal band from Plaistow, New Hampshire. They formed in 2010 and since then they have released a demo, an EP, and their debut full-length album entitled Sky Swallower on September 3, 2013 through Century Media.

Discography:

2011 - Demo 2011 (released as limited cassette demo; later released as free Bandcamp release) 2012 - Vattnet Viskar (released as CD and 10" limited to 80 copies by Broken Limbs Recordings; released as 12" limited to 500 copies… read more

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  • Avatar for introvertical
    Apparently they already have a new album in the works. Not sure if they're serious about shortening the name but I'm not really too keen on that idea, especially for the sake of scrobbling haha
  • Avatar for xxxKillianxxx
    i hope they are joking about shortening the bands name to vattnet
  • Avatar for soberdosis
    "Heirs" is one of the best songs I've heard in my life. Ever.
  • Avatar for undeadxchild
    In my top albums of the year for sure.
  • Avatar for DarkAndOminous
    These dudes have the stage presence of a hardcore band. So much passion and energy live. Makes me appreciate Settler all the more.
  • Avatar for Dezstruction78
    I got there late but still purchased their two full lengths: "Sky Swallower" and "Settler" I must say I am not disappointed and have been playing both on repeat, I shit you not!!! I honestly look forward to hearing more from them because I can already tell they will stick around. =)
  • Avatar for Dezstruction78
    I am counting the days until i can see your band live. <3 Next weekend will be a real treat.
  • Avatar for xxxKillianxxx
    AOTY 2015 (2)
  • Avatar for king_confused
    Neues Review zu "Settler" (8.5/10) auf http://www.bloodchamber.de/review/27742-vattnet-viskar-settler.html
  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    By the way, the vinyl pressing of Settler is amazing. It's one of the most dynamic records I've heard in a long time.

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