Posted by Imperator on 25th August, 2022 @ 10:26 UTCBy Imperator on 25-08-2022 @ 10:26 UTC

The new album will be titled "Til Klovers Takt", with a release scheduled for November 11th via Indie Recordings.

Kampfar release new single along with details for next album
Kampfar release new single along with details for next album

Norwegian Black Metal veterans Norway Kampfar have finally revealed the remaining details for their upcoming full-length album. Titled "Til Klovers Takt", it will be released via long time partners Indie Recordings on the 11th of November. This marks the band's ninth full-length studio record in a career spanning three decades.

So far, a total of four singles have been made available for listening, the most recent of which, "Flammen fra Nord", went live on Monday. Check it out:

 


The three previous singles were for the songs "Lausdans Under Stjernene", "Urkraft" and "Fandens Trall", which were revealed back in February, March and May respectively:

 


 


 


The label elaborated on the themes and significance of the new album:

Til Klovers Takt is an album that stands on the shoulders of everything that came before it in Kampfar's catalogue. It draws inspiration from the first song written 28 years ago as much as it leans on any other period in the band's past.

The surroundings of Hemsedal and Hallingdal with their rich history and awe-inspiring nature forms the background for the stories told within the six chapters as well as influencing the tonal and rhythmical approach to the songs.

The result is a finely tuned album where each piece has its own voice and its own atmosphere, where nothing is accidental and where the band, having taken control of all aspects of the recording process, were able to create exactly the album they set out to release.

Til Klovers Takt is the culmination of four lifetimes worth of experience in songwriting and musicianship, coupled with the hunger to always make the next work the best, it is the image of a band in their prime.


"Til Klovers Takt", which translates roughly to "To the beat of the cloven hoof", features just six tracks, and this means that two thirds of the album have already been made available. With still three months left to go, it can be expected that the two remaining songs will also be revealed ahead of the official release date at some point in the coming months:

  1. Lausdans Under Stjernene
  2. Urkraft
  3. Fandens Trall
  4. Flammen fra Nord
  5. Rekviem
  6. Dødens Aperitiff


Here's a closer look at the cover art, which is taken from the painting "Village Fire at Night" by German painter Heinrich Bürkel (1802-1869):

Kampfar Til Klovers Takt


"Til Klovers Takt" is now available for pre-order in digipack CD and vinyl LP formats via the Indie Recordings store:

https://shop.indierecordings.no/search?q=kampfar

Kampfar Til Klovers Takt Vinyl

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