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VANHELGA - Inked A Record Deal With Osmose Productions

Osmose Productions announces the singing of Swedish dsbm masters Vanhelga. The first fruit of this union shall be the band's highly anticipated fifth album, Fredagsmys, which is set for international release on 29th June on CD, vinyl LP, and cassette tape formats.
Vanhelga are constantly expanding their creativity without losing the classic melancholic sound from Sweden that makes them unique. The last few years, they've written and recorded 11 tracks that fully live up to their artistic vision. Fredagsmys is the most elaborate album from Vanhelga so far. True to their own words, their fifth full-length - and first for Osmose - is the continuing exploration of the darker sides of reality and another experiment in how to find its purest expression: using sarcasm combined with overall schizophrenic mood changes between pitch-black hopelessness and cheerful euphoria, but still keeping a level of seriousness Vanhelga has come to be a force to be reckoned with.
Vanhelga was formed in Linköping, Sweden, in 2001 by 145188, who got together with likeminded musicians in order to finally breathe life into his vision, something he had not been able to do with any previous bands and musicians he had worked with. Since then, they are known for their atmospheric and captivating live performances, sharing the stage with, Psychonaut 4, Forgotten Tomb, Harakiri For The Sky and Kall, among others. Through music and lyrics, Vanhelga - which, translated from Swedish, means "Profane" - explores the darker side of humanity: the one that few will admit exists, but which nevertheless is a huge part of every individual's existence.
Vanhelga's music can doubtlessly be classed as black metal, but that would be too restrictive a definition. Their music is cold and sinister, but with melodies and melancholic moments that can draw you in and lull you into a false sense of security before you realize, too late, that you have been caught in an ominous web of sound that sends shivers down your spine.
A statement from the band reads: "Working with an iconic label such as Osmose feels like a natural step in the right direction for Vanhelga. We are proud to release our fifth full-length Fredagsmys together with them." Cover and tracklisting for Vanhelga's Fredagsmys to be revealed shortly. Link