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Livlaus is unquestionably quintessentional black metal, other influences are woren in, ranging from thrash to almost black'n'rolll elements. Right off the bat with "Fanden På Veggen", it becomes immediately clear that this is not your average run-of-the-mill black metal album, with mid-paced songs and odd tempo changes interlaced with weird little unexpected twists in melody. Livlaus is on excellent opus and it was worth waiting for it. Definitlyy a must listen to for any fans of black metal, and in particular for fans of Norwegian underground.

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