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Album Review: Seidr – “For Winter Fire”

Posted by Darklord on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 2:00 PM (PST)

Kentucky’s ambient doom metallers Seidr are releasing their full-length debut entitled, “For Winter Fire”. Jack Hanner, Adam Nicholson, Crow and A. Lundr have a history of releasing 2 demos and an EP. The long-awaited LP has 7 epic tracks to keep any fan of doom entertained.

“For Winter Fire” is a great album when it comes to producing the ambient atmosphere that is needed in the world of doom. A. Lundr is clearly a multi-talented musician whose impact on this album is shown greatly. He’s been involved with bands such as Agnosis, Throndt, and ex-Anagnorisis. Not to mention the heavily underestimated, anarchic black-metal solo project, Panopticon. Jack Hannert is the blood-curdling vocalist who expresses himself greatly throughout “For Winter Fire” and guitarist Crow and bassist Adam help catapult this 7-track album.

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Kentucky’s experimental doomsters Seidr recently finished recording for their debut full length album “For Winter Fire,” which will be out on Flenser Records May 24. As a teaser, the band has released the track “A Vision From Hlidskjalf” for streaming via Brooklyn Vegan.

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Seidr Announce Details of Upcoming Album “For Winter Fire”

Posted by JDKleinhans on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at 7:12 PM (PST)

Indie metal entity The Flenser, who recently announced the signing of Louisville, Kentucky’s avant-doom unit Seidr to their potent label roster, today confirm more info on the band’s debut full-length, “For Winter Fire”.

Seidr’s recently completed “For Winter Fire” debut boasts gargantuan, organic doom metal riffing displayed in an epic yet harrowing display of force. A slight post-metal atmospheric edge envelops the otherwise crushing tectonic force of the album’s blackened-doom core. With direct ties to black metal act Panopticon — also a part of The Flenser’s label family — Seidr is already a name a diehard core of underground metal fiends are aware of, making the “For Winter Fire” release a label priority for the year. You can check out the cover art and check out audio samples here.

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