Written by Alex Stojanovic
Synth Og Sigvert
Skyt Folk Pa Spæll
Lættøl Og Wienerbrød
She Pa Folk (A Fa Noia)
Nav E Tøff
For Alltid Gjeld
Released: December 1, 2017 Label: Unsigned
John Åge Olsen - Vocals Kai Andre Kofoed - Guitars Niklas Grimsmo - Drums
However, the unfortunate thing about this album is that just about every track sounds similar to the previous, so as a result, it was pretty difficult for me to enjoy the album fully because as certain songs started, I felt like I was listening to a repeats of some of the other tracks. This is one of the reasons why I don't really listen to grind because it's very limiting and I'm a bigger fan of variety. I love my extreme metal, but when there's variety to be found, it makes the album much more enjoyable, and sadly, things got rather boring after 3 songs on Rundpult. As Glenn Fricker has said: "If you're playing full-on all the time, you've got nowhere to go, and things get real stale real fast."
I listened to this album a few times and the only highlights I could find were the last two tracks: "Silkehansken" and "For Alltid Gjeld". These two seem like the more dynamic tracks with a little more variation, as opposed to the other tracks that were blazing all the way through and felt rehashed, because while they had the blast beats and raging riffs, there was some groove as well. If you love your grind, then you'll undoubtedly enjoy this album. I wish Husmanskost all the best in their future, and we thank them for reaching out to us for a review of Rundpult, but I don't see myself re-visiting this album in the future unfortunately.
Highs: "Silkehansken" and "For Alltid Gjeld" feel more dynamic than the other tracks.
Lows: The audio samples starting off each track were weird, and the lack of variation in the songs made the album quite boring.
Final Rating: 2.5/10