Spotlight: Forndom - Dauðra Dura

Korpi - Jan 08, 2017

Once more we here at DemonBit have another great non-metal band we'd like to bring to your attention. Forndom was established in 2012 although it wasn’t until 2015 with their first album that they hit our radar. Signing with the metal distro Nordvis, Flykt produced a dark combination of ambient and folk elements inspired by Scandinavian tradition. The 2016 release of Dauðra Dura has continued this trend; and now that it's apparent Forndom is here to stay, we'd like to give them some props for creating some excellent music.

“Let us wander towards the worlds beyond ours. Forndom and multi-instrumentalist L. Swärd returns with the entrancing debut album “Dauðra Dura”. After the very dreamy and successful EP “Flykt” (2015) it’s now time once again to enter the musical world of Forndom, a world where the music sets tone to the old Scandinavian way to live, believe and act. “Dauðra Dura” is in its core a musical interpretation of Death & how it was viewed upon in the old north. A dark, beautiful and genuine creation which must be experienced. Hear the drums far beyond and enter “Dauðra Dura”, The Doors of Death.”

For a full length interview with the band, check out Bard Methology below:


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