Icelandic black metal duo Helfró have shared a new music video for the song “Musteri Agans,” taken from the band’s recently released self-titled debut record. The video was created by Guilherme Henriques and can be seen [below].
Helfró’s debut record was released via Season of Mist Underground Activists and can be ordered HERE.
The cover artwork was created by View from the Coffin and can be viewed below along with the tracklist.
Stream “Musteri Agans”:
1. Afeitrun (05:40)
2. Ávöxtur af rotnu tré (04:19)
3. Eldhjarta (03:53)
4. Þrátt fyrir brennandi vilja (04:17)
5. Þegn hinna stundlegu harma (03:49)
6. Hin forboðna alsæla (04:28)
7. Katrín (05:20)
8. Musteri agans (04:50)
Ragnar S: Composition, drums, vocals.
Símon Þ: Arrangements, guitars, bass, vocals.
Ragnar S: Drums, Vocals
Simon Þ: Guitars, Bass, Vocals
Gísli S: Clean Vocals
[Here’s more info about the band:]
Slithering in the cauldron that is the Icelandic black metal scene, HELFRÓ emerges with fury and competence rarely seen.
Written by Ragnar and arranged by Símon, a debut album has been recorded with unforgiving precision and profound musicianship. It is meant to channel the hopeless and empty feelings that have been concentrated from the frozen wastelands from which the band emerges.
Shrilling guitarwork and unforgiving blast beats weave together a soundscape that rarely leaves room for thought. It is an aural attack, seducing the listener to the barren and desolate black sands where the realization of futility and loneliness sets in heavier than anywhere else.
The band members, veterans in extreme music, have created this project as an audio representation of the endless arctic darkness, and with pride present the self titled first offering: „Helfró“.
Press release courtesy of Season of Mist