Grá moves on from their previously Charon-themed releases and gives birth to a new era. New single Ramsvarta Tankar is out today on Carnal Records. It is a new beginning and shows the band's ability to develop and increase in force as the world is heading towards the end. The single also includes a cover of Lord Belial's "Osculum Obscenum."
Together with the new single comes a new and improved line-up. Heljarmadr, Dimman and Maugrim are now joined by Natt (ex-Horde of Hel, ex-Dark Funeral, ex-Withershin) on guitars and Vediger (ex-Diabolic Lust, ex-Symphony of Malice) on bass. A new night is born, darker than the night before.
1. Ramsvarta Tankar
2. Osculum Obscenum (Lord Belial cover)
Grá was founded in 2010 by Heljarmadr (Dark Funeral, Cursed 13, ex-Domgård) and Dimman (Spazmosity, Cursed 13, When Nothing Remains) and have since released two albums, two EPs, a digital single, several videos and have a reputation as a fierce and breathtaking live band. The name Grá comes from a mixture of the Icelandic "grár" and the Swedish "grå", simply meaning "gray."
Heljarmadr - Vocals
Dimman - Drums
Maugrim - Guitars
Natt - Guitars
Vediger - Bass
Grá - Helfärd EP (2010 SonicDeath Armageddon Records)
Grá - Grá CD (2011 Unexploded Records)
Grá - Necrology of the Witch EP (2013 Unexploded Records)
Grá - Where Shadows Dwell DIGITAL SINGLE (2014 Unexploded Records)
Grá - Split w Gnosis of the Witch 7" SINGLE (2015 Iron Bonehead Productions)
Grá - Ending CD/LP (2015 Unexploded Records)
Grá - Ramsvarta Tankar CDSINGLE (2017 Carnal Records)