KAMPFAR Release Third Single "Fandens Trall"

Kampfar Release Third Single And Music Video "Fandens Trall" From Their Upcoming Album Today



5/4/20222 min read

Photo Credit: Carl Eek

Before black metal, before heavy metal, rock and delta blues, the Devil still made you dance.Up in Hallingdal one would find him hidden in the shadows, fiddle in hand and keeping the beat with his horse's hoof.Did you think you would ever stop dancing?By his mercy you would know.

With Kampfar's ninth studio album everything is about our roots. Our roots come out of the Devil's music, which we honour with this song, and with the title of the album, Til Klovers Takt. You will dance to the beat of the cloven hoof.

You can catch KAMPFAR live on their European tour this month;

1/5 - Barba Negra, Budapest, Hungary

2/5 - Viper Room, Vienna, Austria

3/5 - Futurum Prague, Czech Republic

4/5 - Hype Park Krakow, Poland

5/5 - U Bazyla Poznan, Poland

6/5 - Völschow Berg Demmin, Germany

7/5 - Club From Hell, Erfurt, Germany

8/5 - Hellraiser, Leipzig, Germany

9/5 - Hall of Fame Wetzikon, Zürich Switzerland

10/5 - Legend Club, Milano, Italy

11/5 - Traffic Club, Roma, Italy

12/5 - Alchemica Music Club, Bologna, Italy

13/5 - Orto Bar, Ljubljana, Slovenia


Kampfar is one of the original Norwegian Black Metal acts. Approaching 30 years of existence and having grown to become one of extreme music’s premier live outfits Kampfar prevails and continue to be a force to be reckoned with. Releasing key albums that have both dominated and contributed to form the modern black metal scene as we know it today.

Their discography has been featured on numerous best-of-the-year lists and received honours such as the Norwegian Grammy for Metal 2019 for their album Profan.

Line Up:

Dolk – Vocals

Ole – Guitars

Jon – Bass

Ask Ty - Drums


Sunniva Herland Monstad - Hardanger fiddle

All music written and recorded by Kampfar.

Additional vocal recordings by Stamos Koliousis

Mix and master by Jonas Kjellgren

Artwork: “Fanitullen” by Adolph Tidemand

Video by Carl Eek