Kvelertak Announce September European Headlining Dates

Kvelertak will be playing some headlining shows with Timeworm. These dates will take place around their European/UK tour with Metallica.

Tour Dates:

09/04 Hegelo, NET – Metropol
09/07 Kortrijk, BEL – De Kreun
09/09 Toulouse, FRA – Rex
09/13 Aarchen, GER – Musikbunker
09/15 Nijmegen, NET – Doornroosje


Kvelertak Premiere “Svartmesse” Music Video

Kvelertak have premiered a new animated video for their song “Svartmesse.” This song is from the band’s latest album, “Nattesferd,” which is available now.

The band said the following:

“It’s made by our good friend Torjus Førre Erfjord who has previously made the videos for ‘Blodtørst‘ and ‘Evig Vandrar.’ As well as featuring his own unique style of animation, this video has a darker and more sinister tone that goes hand in hand with the lyrics of the song.”

Kvelertak Announce 2016 European/UK Tour With Skeletonwitch

Kvelertak have announced a European/UK tour with Skeletonwitch. Check out the dates below.


Tour Dates:

11/16 Berlin, GER – SO36
11/17 Dresden, GER – Beatpol
11/18 Warsaw, POL – Hydrozagadka-Klub
11/19 Prague, CZE – Lucerna Music Bar
11/21 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
11/22 Vienna, AUT – Arena
11/23 Ravenna, ITA – Bronson
11/24 Bulle, SWI – Ebullition
11/25 Zurich, SWI – Plaza
11/26 Barcelona, SPA – Razzmatazz 2
11/27 Madrid, SPA – Sala Heineken
11/29 Paris, FRA – La Maroquinerie
11/30 Nantes, FRA – Le Ferrailleur
12/01 Tourcoing, FRA – Le Grand Mix
12/02 Manchester, UK – Sound Control
12/03 Sheffield, UK – Corporation
12/04 Glasgow, UK – ABC2
12/05 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
12/06 Cologne, GER – Kantine
12/07 Brussels, BEL – VK
12/08 Deventer, NET – Burger Weeshuis
12/09 Eindhoven, NET – Dynamo
12/10 Wiesbaden, GER – Alter Schlachthof
12/11 Hamburg, GER – Markthalle

Kvelertak Premiere “Nattesferd” Music Video

Kvelertak have premiered a new video for their song “Nattesferd.” This song is the title track of the band’s latest album, which is available now.

Jakob Marky, who directed the clip, said the following:

“I wanted to make something circular, as the track has it’s never-ending guitars, coming back to haunt you. I very much liked the idea of filming science fiction on the same places that Tarkovsky and Bergman visited. I think both of them were very big fans of the golden triangle too, or so I heard.”