-Little do most people know that Hoest and V. Einride has worked together for nearly a decade, and still to this day are bonded by blood and chained through hearts. It was a natural thing to do this split, aptly named ‘Pakt’, a title they agreed upon whilst touring in South America. At the table a young gentleman named Jose Gabriel Alegría Sabogal found himself drawn towards the project, as he has done nearly all Whoredom Rife artworks to date.
Both bands feature two tracks each, Taake with an exclusive track plus a cover of none other than Sisters of Mercy. Whoredom Rife continues to trample down the classic Norwegian Black Metal-path, delivering two exclusive tracks which will make you taste the Norwegian mountains and fjords through violent Black Metal of the highest order.
Artwork by Jose Gabriel Alegría Sabogal
Layout by Kontamination Design
Three physical editions available:
Regular Black vinyl
Exclusive limited Fog version vinyl
Exclusive limited Blood version vinyl
NO CD EDITION.
Track info below:
I. From Nameless Pagan Graves
II. En Lenke Smidd i Blod
V.Einride: All instruments/backing vocals
II. Heartland (The Sisters of Mercy cover)
Music by Hoest.
March 20, 2020.
Vinyl and Digital only.
I love Algleymi very much but there’s one area in which this is superior: production, especially the drums. Otherwise they’re two quite different records, but both are black metal classics as far as I’m concerned. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to hear more. Metallurgical Fire
Absolutely strong, black and bitter, like a cup of good old coffee or a properly packed pipe of strong tobacco. The album won't let you go unless you listen through it since the very first minute to the very last one, sunken in the frozen obsydian abyss. 10/10. lanserger22