Dynfari plays black metal influenced, heavily atmospheric music. Since its formation as a duo in 2010 this now fully formed Icelandic band has made four albums. Armed with candlelight and incense, the band’s hypnotizing live performances elevate all senses into another world. Dynfari’s lyrical themes deal with the philosophy of life, death, the universe, loss, hope and sorrow. The track Hafsjór,
Having explored more progressive soundscapes in our blend of post-rock and black metal in our most recent works, this album marks a return to more DIY, punch and attitude. An introspection on thoughts of suicide and self-destruction, the essence of bleakness and suffering defeat from the shackles of your own mind, the album’s direction is toward a darker, heavier side of the musical spectrum, expressing a violent refusal of merely becoming a means to an end. The track Ég tortímdi sjálfum mér (I Destroyed Myself),
Myrkurs Er Börf is their fifth album, a chameleonic, labyrinthine mix of post-rock and black metal, thickly atmospheric, as beautiful and inspiring as it is quietly sombre and menacing, as illuminating as it is sorrowful. Artwork by Metaztasis (Watain, Behemoth).
Jóhann Örn – vocals, bass, accordion, synths, guitars.
Jón Emil – percussion, guitars.
Martin Tsenov – guitars.
Bragi Knutsson – guitars.