Norwegian heavy metal band Kvelertak is giving fans a chance to watch one of their shows up close and personal after releasing a brand new music video for their song “Bronsegud,” off their last album from 2016. The video places you directly within the raw and energetic energy of an insane Kvelertak set, and you can basically feel the sweat flying off people’s heads from their collective headbanging. If you’ve never had a chance to stand front row at a metal concert, fret no more because Kvelertak gives you six and a half minutes of unprecedented concert footage that you’ll need to watch for yourself. It also gives you a peek at some of the action that happens backstage, the viewer friendly version. The video has been on YouTube for 24 hours and has already almost reached 50,000 views. Scroll below to check it out.
Last May, Kvelertak released their third studio album called Nattesferd and dropped a music video for their second track on the album entitled “1985.” Nattesferd was their first album in three years, and followed their 2013 LP Meir. During its promotion, Kvelertak played in the United States at the Mohawk in Texas, for Scion’s event High on Fire. The year before in 2012, the band performed at Los Angeles’ live music venue the Echoplex.