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Arabrot is a Norwegian Grammy-winning noise rock band formed in Haugesund, Rogaland, Norway in 2001. Their latest releases is 2014's mini-album "I Modi" and 2015's "You Bunch of Idiots".
Arabrot first received widespread recognition with the Steve Albini produced third album, The Brother Seed (2009). Following this album, Arabrot went into a creative blaze the succeeding years. For instance, they did live scores at silent film showings (“Faust” from 1926 in Trondheim, “Häxan” from 1922 at Øyafestivalen, “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” from 1920 and “Die Nibelungen” from 1924 at Verdensteatret in Tromsø) and did commissioned work for the highly regarded Henie Onstad Kunstsenter. In the middle of all this, Arabrot produced the exp...
Trepaneringsritualen (abbreviated as T × R × P) explores themes of religion, magick and the occult realms of consciousness, taking its musical cues from the old school of ritual ambient & death industrial. Rhythmic and seething at times, and oozing forward with a creeping sense of desolation, T × R × P conjures forth bleak but mesmerizing visions of the end-times. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Evil, darkness, melancholy and anger. SEEDS IN BARREN FIELDS set out to combine the melodies of death metal, the old school gothenburg way, with the coldness of epic yet grim black metal, darker aspects of hardcore, emotional crust and a hint of atmospheric post rock, creating a soundscape fit for an apocalyptic view of the world.
With roots deeply entangled in punk and political hardcore, these seeds are blooming, bursting out into a fully fledged, and raw as hell, metal assault.
SEEDS IN BARREN FIELDS engage, with black flags raised, in a battle against religious moral dogma, capitalism, nationalism, consumerism, domestication and social control - civilization as we know it. Promoting values of freedom such as (gr...