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Biografie

  • Jahre aktiv

    2015 – heute (4 Jahre)

Gaahls Wyrd is a Norwegian black metal band based in Norway, formed by the former Gorgoroth and God Seed vocalist Gaahl.
In September 2015 (one month after God Seed's final show), Gaahl announced his new band, Gaahls Wyrd, who played their first live show at the Blekkmetal Festival in Norway on November 13, 2015.

In regards to forming the new band, Gaahl stated:

"I'm very pleased with what me and Tom have done together. We've created a lot of good songs, but I think the difference between us is probably the reason why I've started this new band. I've made a lot of my favourite songs that I've created in God Seed and I've brought with me one of these characters from that band."

Since their formation Gaahls Wyrd has been consistently touring; their live set list feature selected songs from Gaahl's past projects, including tracks from Incipit Satan, Twilight of the Idols and Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam by Gorgoroth, God Seed's debut album and assorted tracks by Trelldom. On December 1st 2017 they independently released a 12" hand-numbered EP titled Bergen Nov '15 which featured six live tracks that were performed and recorded during their live debut in 2015; it featured Kvitrafn on vocals and playing the Hurdy Gurdy as a guest for the first track. It was exclusively sold on the Vardøger European Tour 2017 with Auðn and The Great Old Ones and was limited to 1000 copies.

The band is currently signed to Season of Mist and are working on their debut album set for release on early 2019.

(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaahls_Wyrd)

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