KHOLD Set U.S. Release Date For Third Album

Norway's KHOLD have set an April 20 U.S. release date through Candlelight Records for their third full-length album, "Morke Gravers Kammer".

Recorded in Norway and completed following the band's 2003 European tour with SATYRICON, "Morke Gravers Kammer" (The Gravediggers Dark Chamber) is an eclectic collection of fast and mid-tempo tracks that features the Oslo-based band's simple yet commanding take on the extreme style. The album features artwork by illustrious Norwegian photographer Marcel Leliënhof. He further directed the band's first video for album track "Dod".

Drummer/founder Sarke says, "the songs on this album are strong and the KHOLD trademark is there all the way. We have our own take on black metal. We offer something different within the genre and that can only be positive."

"Morke Gravers Kammer" track listing:

01. Atselgraver
02. Dod Niflheimr
03. Hevnerske
04. Med Nebb og Klor
05. Morke Gravers Kammer
06. Opera Seria Sjeleskjender
07. Vardoger
08. Kamp

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