Jan 12, 2022
New interview with Lord Ahriman posted online

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Jan 8, 2022
Our new single "Let The Devil In" is now featured on playlists on Spotify, Tidal and Deezer

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Jan 7, 2022
DARK FUNERAL present new single, video & pre-order for “We Are The Apocalypse” starts today!

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The 7th Demonic Sinister Masterpiece

We Are The Apocalypse

Approaching nearly 30 years since the beginning of their journey as one of Swedish Black Metal’s most genuine and unvarnished exemplars, Dark Funeral continue to reach for new heights to bring audiences into its otherworldly & unholy visions on the band’s seventh full-length LP, ‘We Are The Apocalypse’.

Release:
March 18, 2022
Label:
Century Media/Sony
Tracks:
  1. Nightfall
  2. Let The Devil In Music Video
  3. When Our Vengeance Is Done
  4. Nosferatu
  5. When I'm Gone
  6. Beyond The Grave
  7. A Beast To Praise
  8. Leviathan
  9. We Are The Apocalypse
Featuring:
Lord Ahriman - Guitars
Heljarmadr - Vocals
Chaq Mol - Guitars
Adra-Melek - Bass
Jalomaah - Drums

Daniel Bergstrand - Mixing
Paul Logus - Mastering
Available Variants:
Red LP (Ltd. to 1,000 copies)
Silver LP (Ltd. to 400 copies) [Swedish Outlets Exclusive]
Ultra Clear Blue/White/Black Splatter LP (Ltd. to 500 copies) [Band Exclusive]
Black LP
Digipak CD

Massive Album Release Show

Live & Streaming Event / March 19, 2022

In celebration of the release of the 7th full-length album "We Are The Apocalypse" on March 18, Dark Funeral to perform a special album release show in on March 19, the following date of the album release date, with special guests Samael and Eleine.

Date:
March 19, 2022
Special Guests:
Samael
Eleine
Venue:
Fållan
City:
Stockholm, Swdeden
Open:
18:00
Start:
19:00
Tickets info:
The show will also be streamable online.
Physical tickets now on sale!
Streaming tickets also coming soon!

Upcoming Tour

Dark Funeral achieved nothing less than breathing new life into a genre that seemed to have become somewhat antiquated and musty.

Deaf Forever Magazine (Germany)

Dark Funeral’s deft counterbalancing of battering ultra-violence and impeccably paced restraint is nothing short of electrifying.

Terrorizer (UK)

It feels good once more to have a band like Dark Funeral who don’t beat around the bush and just go for the throat with the subtlety of a wolf on steroids.

Metal Hammer (UK)