Norway's KVELERTAK is preparing to release its first demo, entitled "West Coast Holocaust" (in reference to the part of Norway in which the band is based). The band has also made eight tracks available for free download at this location. And in keeping with the philosophy that their music is there to be enjoyed, KVELERTAK is giving away a free copy of the demo to the first 10 people who message them on their MySpace page.KVELERTAK has rapidly grown in popularity, and has already attracted the attention of a couple of major labels; due in part to the lively performances, and in part to the effort that has been put into creating a sound and image that is very recognizably "KVELERTAK." The band prefers to design all its own artwork, and record and produce the music itself in order to achieve exactly what it is aiming for.
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