ULVER: Video Interview With GARM Available

MetalKult.com has posted a 21-clip question-and-answer video interview with vocalist Kristoffer "Garm" Rygg from progressive Norwegian black metal group ULVER.

The video was shot on September 20 in New York City, when Garm came to the States to promote his band's latest release, "Shadows of the Sun", with a DJ set at Brooklyn's Europa nightclub.

During the interview, Garm discusses ULVER's formative years in Norway's notorious Nineties black metal scene, his relationship with EMPEROR, his forays into electronic music and why he feels ULVER's music and philosophy is as true as it's ever been.

Also available on MetalKult is a video interview with EMPEROR guitarist/vocalist Ihsahn.

To view these videos, visit www.metalkult.com.

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