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Misþyrming: Suffering, chaos and disaster


Last Updated on 11:55 PM by Giorgos Tsekas

Being only brought to life less than a decade ago, to the frozen lands of Reykjavík in Iceland, Misþyrming have taken the universe by storm. More specifically, this weekend, we have the honor to see the band who is due to invade Greece, for two unique performances in Athens and Thessaloniki respectively.

What made a remarkable debut for Misþyrming, was the austere grandiosity of 2015’s “Söngvar elds og óreiðu”, an album that created a tension to the black metal scene and made fans of the occult praise their performances at a very early stage in their career. Ever since, Misþyrming have dominated festival and local venue stages across the globe, where the heart of black metal pounds from agony.

After the successful split with Sinmara, “Ivory Stone / Hof” in 2017, the band released their sophomore record, “Algleymi” in 2019, that sparked an even bigger interest in the scene, through the french label Norma Evangelium Diaboli. The eerie cold of the keyboards that highlight this performance, instantly upgrades the album, and of course the band, into a classic, intense Black Metal record, making it distinguishable among other releases of the genre that marked their spot on our collections.

Friday, 18th of March at Kyttaro, Athens, with Decipher and Embrace of Thorns, and Sunday, 20th of March at the Eightball Club, Thessaloniki, with Yoth Iria and Isolert. It is a case of a band that we are not sure whether we will be able to experience their live majesty in Greece, so attendance is mandatory.

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