Ambassadors of Macabre Romanticism, Tusmørke Monday March 27 2017, 12:00 AM
Ambassadors of Macabre Romanticism, Tusmørke

Tusmørke, Norway's ambassadors of macabre romanticism, take a step towards the great beyond with their new album Hinsides, set for international release on May 12th via Svart Records. Despite the group's love of all things curious and off the beaten path, they have taken their native Norway by hailstorm and were just recently nominated in the local Grammy awards for best indie album. Transmission from the band sets the record straight regarding the new album:

Hinsides means Beyond;
Past life or past sense
Dead or dead drunk;
Whether on wine, poetry or virtue
Sex, drugs or Baudelaire

The entire work deals with death in one form or another
Lingering ghosts of rented apartments
Wishing a violent end to insomnia
Futile existence facing apocalypse
Funeral rites and the burial of loved ones

The grand, 24-minute epic "Sankt Sebastians Alter" was composed in commemoration of the 666th anniversary of the Black Death in Norway. Hinsides is less of a gloomy affair than might be expected by its theme, and the tunes are as catchy as the Plague. Join us in the Dance of Death, for verily Tusmørke sayeth unto you: Groove is in the Heart of Darkness. Get grooving at Svart's Soundcloud with the new track "I Feel Like Midnight" HERE.


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