TAAKE's Self-Titled Album Released On Vinyl
TAAKE's self-titled album, which came out on CD last year via Dark Essence Records, has just been issued on vinyl through Svertenkunst Produksjoner. The LP comes in an 180g double gatefold version, and features a cover of the BURZUM classic "A Lost Forgotten Sad Spirit" as an exclusive bonus track, as well as different cover artwork and an A2 poster.
"Taake" is the fourth studio album from TAAKE, a band that over the years has established itself as one of the defining outfits of "true Norwegian black metal." The group uses intense, unique, and unpredictable dynamics to create an atmosphere that ranges from ice cold Nordic melodies to catchy "necro" riffs.
"Taake" track listing:
03. Lukt til Helvete
06. September Omsider
07. Velg Bort Livet
08. A Lost Forgotten Sad Spirit (BURZUM cover; vinyl-only bonus)
Below you can see the official video for the track "Umenneske" from the album "Taake".
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