Kvelertak – Meir

Kvelertak delivers once again with high energy, solid production, anthemic melodies, catchy choruses, and a tastefully executed blend of influences: rock ‘n’ roll, black metal, hardcore punk, and heavy metal. WATCH THE REVIEW

Kvelertak delivers once again with high energy, solid production, anthemic melodies, catchy choruses, and a tastefully executed blend of influences: rock ‘n’ roll, black metal, hardcore punk, and heavy metal.

WATCH THE REVIEW

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.iverson.796 Michael Iverson

    I’m really torn on this album. The rock n roll influences only carry it so far and I feel like they get in a rut after so long. However your description of the last 3 songs makes me wonder. Will listen more and will probably rate it between 3-3.5/5

  • Dinjus

    man… this is one of the best metal albums I have ever heard

  • Todd

    I’m not sure this band is entirely original, or even the best at what they supposedly do. Pulled Apart By Horses (also associated and helped by David Grohl) has a very similar approach to covering various genres of metal, and in my opinion they do it much better (and in English). In many places, be it this album or their debut, I feel as if I’m listening to Pulled Apart By Horses (who came along first). Just my opinion.

  • admin

    Your comment is completely confusing to me. What does singing in English have to do with anything? Plus, Pulled apart by horses combined post-hardcore and indie rock. There’s not even a touch of black metal in their sound.

  • DrSanchezMD

    cool band (PABH), but you’re way off to insinuate that Kvelertak’s sound has anything at all to do with theirs. if you want to hear the real band that Kvelertak copied, check out Turbonegro. however its all good to me since Kvelertak’s stuff is better than any Turbonegro material since 1998