WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM, DOLD VORDE ENS NAVN AND DORDEDUH TO INFERNO 2023
American atmospheric black metal band Wolves in the Throne Room, Norwegian black metal band Dold Vorde Ens Navn and Romanian folk black metal band Dordeduh are confirmed for Inferno Metal Festival 2023.
WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM
American black metal band Wolves in the Throne Room was formed in 2022 by brothers Aaron and Nathan Weaver. Their first studio album, “Diadem of 12 Stars” from 2006, was a genre-dissolving classic that created a melancholy and psychedelic atmosphere. You could feel the rain storms coming at you, smell the wood smoke and experience the wild energies of the Pacific Northwest. By now Wolves in the Throne Room has released seven full-length albums – all of them with their own unique personality. This will be Wolves in the Throne Room first time at Inferno Metal Festival!
The guys in the Norwegian black metal band Dold Vorde Ens Navn are no strangers to fans of black metal. We are talking members and ex-members of such bands as Ulver, Dødheimsgard, Ved Buens Ende, Satyricon, Strid and Nidingr. The band started in 2019 and released the same year their first EP “Gjengangere i hjertets mørke”. In 2021 their debut album “Mørkere” was released to great acclaim. The band did not perform any concerts before 2022 and are now ready to conquer Inferno Metal Festival! This will be a gig to remember!
Romanian atmospheric black metal band Dordeduh was formed in 2009 when Edmond Karban and Cristian Popescu left Negurã Bunget after internal tensions in the band. Dordeduh continue the spirit of their previous band by creating the most mesmerizing, beautiful and hunting black metal with a touch of Romanian folk music. This will be Dordeduh’s first time at Inferno Metal Festival!
Go to https://www.infernofestival.net/hotel to order and make sure the discount/booking code INFERNO is enabled to get the correct festival prices. These rates are available until March 6th 2023. After this date the prices will go up. Money to save for all early birds!