Dark Funeral preparing new studio album for 2016

Around here, Dark Funeral is probably best known for being one of David Parland’s (Necrophobic et al, RIP) projects that later took on a life of its own as a relatively mainstream sort of black metal act, similar in streamlining, commercializing effect to bands like Dimmu Borgir or Marduk. The band’s recently announced a new studio album for 2016 through their various social media presences, although not much information about the album and its approach have been revealed yet. It’s probably going to not only be more of the same (which is typical for aging bands that don’t go for major style shifts), but also even more of the same, given that the band is commonly criticized for a lack of diversity. For a good primer on the band’s overall approach, see their 1994 debut EP, which has been reissued several times over the years with varying quantities of supplementary Bathory covers.

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5 thoughts on “Dark Funeral preparing new studio album for 2016”

  1. Roger says:

    No one cares.

  2. morbideathscream says:

    In the sign ep is the only recording I like by them. I even thought that secrets of the black arts was overrated.

  3. Roger says:

    There is now a ‘lifestyle’ section on the DLA/DM.org.

    Will you be interviewing Jamie Oliver soon? And how about some coverage of your latest bowel movements, too? Make sure to include selfies.

    1. jinko says:

      Whats rrong with jamie oliver? he’s a decent hardworking guy that actually gave something positive back to the world. faggitz! the average metaller is neither as honest with themselves nor successful go figure

  4. LostInTheANUS says:

    Did they really put a fucking hashtag on there?

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