Sound Of The Day : Helrunar

I have already listened to Devils, Devils Everywhere! by Helrunar several times today, and I predict that you will do the same once you click on the link below. Devils, Devils Everywhere! is… Continue reading

Dark Pines

I don’t often wear short skirts, and if I do, they’re often part of an intricate layering scheme. However, I’m rather taken with this dark pines mini skirt from Sovrin. The design features… Continue reading

Sound Of The Day : Negura Bunget

I am a long-term fan of Romanian band Negura Bunget. Everything they have put out into the world has left a mark on me, including their latest full-length release Tău. Nametenie is the… Continue reading

Remembering Terje Bakken

I remembered something the other day when I was out and about in town and it was that Terje Bakken is gone. I had to stop what I was doing and just stand… Continue reading

Blake Night

Stop whatever the hell is it you’re doing and look. The masks created by Blake Night will probably be the most sinister things you’ll see this side of Halloween. If I had a… Continue reading

Sound Of The Day : Eljudner

I happened upon Norwegian band Eljudner the other day and have been obsessively listening to Gardmillom, a short but utterly captivating track from their Daudingekvider EP which was released back in 2005. I’m… Continue reading

Sound Of The Day : Slegest

It wasn’t too long ago that Norwegian project Slegest – solo endeavour of Ese, former guitarist for Vreid – was my sound of the day, and here is it again with good reason!… Continue reading

Hyperborean Shadows Website

I have now set up a website for the book I am currently writing, Hyperborean Shadows : Contemporary Dark Northern Culture. I am actively seeking people to be involved, so please take a… Continue reading

Sound Of The Day : Demoncy

Today has been an appalling day for new music discoveries. I have scratched out the names of numerous bands in the several hours since I returned to the land of the living. When… Continue reading

1349 : A Short Story

I would like to invite you to read a short story of mine. It takes place in the year 1349 when the plague arrived in Norway. 1349 Katie Metcalfe They say Pesta arrived… Continue reading

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