From Iceland — Hatari Releases New Album, Neyslutrans, World Rejoices

Hatari Releases New Album, Neyslutrans, World Rejoices

Published January 17, 2020

Sam O'Donnell

Everyone’s favourite leather-clad, anti-capitalist, Palestinian-Flag-waving, rubber-curious, zombie-tween, tax-evading, sexually-charged, industrial-techno-metal group has released a new album called Neyslutrans, and holy shit, it is good.

There are polished versions of old favourites, as well as brand new tracks. Hatrið Mun Sigra is somehow even more punchy, and Klefi seems even more haunting. Meanwhile, tracks like Engin Miskunn and 14 Ár bop with the same energy as Hatrið Mun Sigra and Klámstrákur, while tracks like Ógleði and Helvíti bring a whole new vibe to the table.

The album is available to stream and download from all major sources. Check it out on Spotify below.

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