The Norwegian Black Metal band Mork is the brainchild of Thomas Eriksen, born out of his fascination for Black Metal back in 2004. The band hovered in the shadows all the way until 2013, when it bacame Eriksen’s main focus. Since 2013, Mork has nine releases, including; one demo compilation, two ep’s, two splits and four full length albums. A fifth album is currently in the finishing stages, and will see the light of day as soon as things fall into place. Special-guest appearances on recordings are as follows; Silenoz (Dimmu Borgir), Seidemann (1349), Dolk (Kampfar), Eero Pöyry (Skepticism) and Nocturno Culto (Darkthrone). Peaceville Records is proudly carrying the torch as Mork’s record label and partners. As of today, the band has a full touring line-up and have played throughout the world on both small and larger stages. Mork has gained credibility for it’s pure and well crafted compositions in songs and feel, as well as being energic and tight live act.
“The music of Afsky is the opposite of down-to-earth, as the sound of the quartet feels like a massive stormy weather entering the city. You are shrouded by melancholy and sorrow, and you get completely hurt by frontman Ole Luk, who lives so much into the music that he too appears sad. You get sad to hear the Afsky in the right way. Disgust gives way to the feeling one can get in the body when the black dog comes to visit. This is the epitome of black metal for this reviewer ”
– review of Afsky’s concert at Loppen, Christiania (19.09.2019)
Afsky, is Ole Luk’s (also frontman in Solbrud) solo project, which is based on traditional black metal, mixed with elements of folk and doom as well as a mixture of wildness and melancholy.