Norwegian TALES OF DHVARAS has released a new single, “Three Winters Black,” alongside with the music video, which can be seen below.
In the early nineties, TALES OF DHVARAS played what they referred to as “Skogsrock” (Forest rock) in Groruddalen, Norway ù inspired by both the beauty and dark rawness of nature itself. All songs were created on classical guitars as the melodic foundation before riffed into a loud and melodic soundscape.
During Fall 2019, its band founder, Kyrre, was able to restore an old DAT tape demo previously believed to be lost forever, and wasn’t too pleased with the sound (and in fact couldn’t cope with it). So he decided to go back to the studio, make the spirit of DHVARAS a last favour, and finally record material that have piled up over the years.
Kyrre met with James Regout in September 2019, in London to rehearse and record the songs with former DHVARAS bass player, Ruben Drage De Leon. Those TTALES OF DHVARAS live on and are no longer buried and dead.