Superskum conducted an interview with guitarist Lord Ahriman of Swedish/German black metallers DARK FUNERAL prior to the band's October 7 concert at Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colorado during the band's North American tour with MORBID ANGEL and GRAVE. You can now watch the chat below. Also available is performance footage of the Englewood show.
DARK FUNERAL will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year by offering up "several surprises," including "new and special 20th-anniversary releases." More information will be made available soon
DARK FUNERAL recently inked a three-album deal with Century Media Records.
The new lineup of DARK FUNERAL — featuring the group's latest additions, vocalist Nachtgarm (NEGATOR) and bassist Zornheym — made its live debut on last year's Sweden Rock Cruise.
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DARK FUNERAL in 2011 parted ways with Regain Records. Lord Ahriman stated at the time, "Time went by and we didn't see any future whatsoever to continue to work with them."
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