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HORNDAL News

CAN YOU HEAR US, LARRY?

Jan 26, 2022

Google has cut down Horndal’s forest to make way for huge server farms, but the final decision to actually build these farms has not yet been made. In an effort to get a response from Google’s founder, Larry Page, Horndal has reached out by personally sending him a copy of their latest 7” - ‘Be Evil’. A song that makes clear their feelings of Google’s exploitation of their eponymous town’s land.

There’s little irony lost in a company thats motto is “Don’t be evil”, yet contributes to Horndal’s deforestation and plight.
 Horndal is yet to hear back from Page, but maybe you could help us by sharing this message?

 Watch the full music video of the band’s latest single, ‘Be Evil’, here:

Be Evil is available on yellow 7” vinyl, limited to 300 copies worldwide. ORDER HERE: https://lnk.to/BeEvil

HORNDAL ANNOUNCE TWO TRACK 7", 'BE EVIL'

Nov 29, 2021

Following on from the April release of their acclaimed sophomore full length, Lake Drinker, Sweden’s HORNDAL have today announced plans to release a new two-track single - titled Be Evil. The self-proclaimed rust metal band from the eponymous town of Horndal expand upon their true-to-life horror story, with Be Evil and b-side track Deceiver taking aim at the evils of their hometown’s deforestation and big tech hypocrisy.

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HORNDAL, 'ROSSEN' MUSIC VIDEO, PREMIERING NOW

May 10, 2021

Sweden's HORNDAL are today premiering a new music video for Rossen via Decibel Magazine, with an accompanying interview. Taken from their recently released sophomore album, Lake Drinker, the animated video was put together by Kalle Haglund (Bruto Studio). Rossen's stark warning against big tech and tale of industrial decline is captured with unnerving and captivating aplomb through the high octane visual, as a solitary figure metaphorically embodies Lake Drinker's real life tragedy. Lake Drinker is out now via Prosthetic Records.

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HORNDAL LIVE IN HORNDAL

Apr 14, 2021

Following the recent release of their sophomore album, Lake Drinker, HORNDAL have announced a live streamed event via Bandcamp to celebrate the album launch. Horndal Live In Horndal will stream on April 18 at 11pm GMT+2, 5pm ET, 2pm PT, with tickets set at $3 and all proceeds going to the town's local non-profit to look after the old factory park.Lake Drinker is out now via Prosthetic Records.

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NEW HORNDAL SINGLE, 'HORNDAL'S BLODBAD', PREMIERING NOW

Mar 11, 2021

Sweden's HORNDAL are today premiering their new single, Horndal's Blodbad, and it's accompanying music via Decibel Magazine. Taken from their upcoming sophomore album, Lake Drinker, Horndal's Blodbad acts as another piece of the album's narrative puzzle. Set in the eponymous town of Horndal, the single's carefully crafted music video explores the town through the eyes of two Iranian refugees, siblings and dissident journalists Nina and Mitra, in compelling family pictures and stop motion images of their experience in Horndal. Horndal's Blodbad is available to listen to via Bandcamp, and will be available on all streaming platforms from tomorrow (March 12). Lake Drinker is due for release on April 9 via Prosthetic Records.

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HORNDAL ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, 'LAKE DRINKER'; NEW SINGLE, 'ROSSEN', OUT NOW

Feb 12, 2021

Sweden’s HORNDAL have today announced their sophomore album, due for release via Prosthetic Records on April 9. Titled Lake Drinker, the album tells the tale of the eponymous town of Horndal - and how it is on a cursed path to destruction for the second time in forty years. Alongside the album announcement the four-piece have released the single, Rossen, named after the lake in Horndal. The accompanying video features a five star tour of Horndal and its many and varied amenities.

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