IMMORTAL Frontman Speaks To Slovenia's 'Metalogenetika': Audio Available

A short audio interview with IMMORTAL/I frontman Abbath, conducted recently by MoonTroll of the Slovenian radio show "Metalogenetika" (broadcasting via Radio M.A.R.S), has been posted online at

"Metalogenetika" airs Wednesday nights between 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on Radio MARŠ (Radio M.A.R.S). It can be heard online via

I's debut album, "Between Two Worlds", is scheduled for release in North America on November 14 via Nuclear Blast Records. Recorded in Bergen, Norway's Lydriket Studio with Geir Luedy, and mixed by Peter Tägtgren (IMMORTAL, DIMMU BORGIR, MARDUK), "Between Two Worlds" "will kick your teeth in and break your back!" according to the band. "Heavy, groovy, melodic, atmospheric, heck — call it even catchy — THIS ALBUM IS A MASTERPIECE!"

Decibel magazine had this to say about "Between Two Worlds": "Everything about the debut album from Norway's I screams black metal, excepting the death 'n' roll guitar riffs that pervade throughout. Abbath has managed to fuse his signature snarl with MOTÖRHEAD-styled rock and Demonaz's BATHORY-influenced lyrics in a way no band has previously attempted. IMMORTAL fans will surely embrace the band, as will extreme music newcomers that don't know the band members' history. This is a worthy new start for these scene mainstays."


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