Tag: Ihsahn

Jordan Campbell’s Top 20 of 2010

2010 was a weird year. While there was a ton of heavy metal for the taking (the disparate lists of my colleagues will attest to this), I didn’t really have much time to digest it.

Ihsahn – After Review

Vegard Sverre Tveitan has been a mainstay of the vast metal underground for over 15 years. At the ripe age of 17, he helped to write and record the groundbreaking self-titled EP with Emperor, a

Ihsahn – Angl Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Though arriving with less fanfare and anticipation than the still fresh break up of Emperor release, The Adversary, Ihsahn’ssecond self monikered album sees a continuation of experimentation with familiar  themes. The Adversary, to me

Hardingrock – Grimen Review

Originally written by Keith Fox. Don’t approach this album like I did, noting the presence of both Ihsahn and his wife (Star of Ash) and expecting either a continuation of the now retired Peccatum project with a

Ihsahn – The Adversary Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. As one of Norway’s most notable talents, Ihsahn’s hell-fueled contributions to metal, or otherwise, are evidence of nothing less than his incontestable genius. From raw epic black metal of early Emperor to the

Peccatum – The Moribund People Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. At and around the time period just before the conception of IX Equilibrium, Emperor frontman Ihsahn found experimental escape through his then new side project, Peccatum. However, upon the release of IX Equilibrium, it was

Peccatum – Lost In Reverie Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Ihsahn is back! Back, weirder than ever, easily aeons ahead of past Peccatum releases, and, to these ears, at least as good as anything Emperor released. Peccatum is now made