Video Premiere: KVELERTAK's 'Bronsegud'

Video Premiere: KVELERTAK's 'Bronsegud'

Norwegian rockers KVELERTAK have released the official music video for "Bronsegud", from their new LP, "Nattesferd", which was celebrated globally as one of 2016's best metal releases. The video, which was directed by Stian Andersen, documents the band's life on the road as they travel the world performing neck-breaking sets to sold-out audiences.

Furthermore, KVELERTAK has been announced as special guests for the entirety of METALLICA's upcoming "WorldWired" European tour. Dates are set to kick off September 4 at The Netherlands' Ziggo Dome and continue through May 2018.

Recently profiled by Vice's Noisey Shreds, KVELERTAK took home its third Spellemann award (Norway's Grammy equivalent) earlier this year for "Nattesferd". Recorded live in Oslo, Norway's Amper Tone Studio, the abum was produced by KVELERTAK and mixed/engineered by Nick Terry (LINDSTRØM, TURBONEGRO, THE LIBERTINES). It was the first KVELERTAK LP to be recorded in Norway.

KVELERTAK is Erlend Hjelvik (vocals), Vidar Landa (guitar), Bjarte Lund Rolland (guitar), Maciek Ofstad (guitars), Marvin Nygaard (bass) and Kjetil Gjermundrød (drums).

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