31 October: X Congresso Post Industriale, Bologna Italy. MZ. 412 / TxRxP / SC9 etc…
Also plan to visit Spain, Poland, Germany and Greece in a near future with Folkstorm and Nordvargr – more dates will be published here as they get confirmed. See you there.
In order to not mix up my different projects too much there is now an official Folkstorm Bandcamp site. All albums are REMASTERED and most of them comes with some additional materials.
Paintings for sale
I am selling some of my paintings with exclusive “soundtracks” - go to nordvargr.bandcamp.com/merch to check it out. Send an email if you are interested in buying something else…
Click the picture above to get the collected Nordvargr contributions from the collaboration series “Partikel I / II / III” with Merzbow. Remastered February 2015 with added previously unreleased materials. For the complete experience with Merzbow on board, order the albums from Cold Spring Records (coldspring.co.uk).
Please note that this album can be downloaded for free. If you want to support me – if this album had any value to you – feel free to name your price. All donations reach me directly and are greatly appreciated.
On broken wings…
Remastered and rearranged version now available by clicking the image above. Free download with the option to donate if you want to support.
MZ. 412 – Hekatomb is out now!
Now available: The original and previously unreleased raw solorecordings that later turned into “Hypergenome666″. Deep, haunting and pure. Click the image to stream/download.
I want you to go to…
…nordvargr.bandcamp.com. Why? Because if you want to hear or own my music online it is the best place to go to. It is also the only place where you can, for the most part, decide for yourself how much you want to pay for it (or not, it is up to you). If you want to support me and my future musical adventures it is the way to go…
The mission of Toroidh is over
After almost 14 years of existence it is time to retire Toroidh. It has been a rough ride, but also a great one. Of all my musical projects this must be the most misunderstood one. This is actually one of the reasons I am terminating it. I refuse to let my music become a vehicle of politics. I thought that naming the debutalbum “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it” and calling the tracks “Never again I-IX” would be an indicator that the music was not glorifying any specific standpoint, but I was wrong. Let it be known once and for all that the music of Toroidh dealt mostly (but not exclusively) with the turmoil of Europe during the world wars, but it was intended as a soundtrack to the stupidity, wars and chaos – not a political standpoint.
With that said I salute all of you who supported Toroidh over the years – labels, fans, promotors, radiostations and zines.
Also – instead of letting the music be forgotten in your recordcollections the essential body of work (with added materials) has been REMASTERED and made public here: