Hulder (band)

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Hulder
Origin Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Genres Black Metal
Years active 2018–present
Labels Iron Bonehead Productions
Associated acts
  • Bleeder
Members
  • Marliese Riesterer

Hulder is an American black metal band from Portland, Oregon, formed in 2018. The band is the work of multi-instrumentalist, Marliese Riesterer. The debut album, Godslastering: Hymns of a Forlorn Peasantry, was released in 2021 by Iron Bonehead Productions and received positive feedback from music publications such as Decibel.[1] and Banger TV[2]

Hulder's music is referred to as "Dark Medieval Black Metal" that incorporates lyrics that cover topics such as "darkness, self-power, loss, sorrow and ultimate triumph"[3] Regarding the style contained in Hulder's music, Spectrum Culture's Colin Dempsey wrote: "Hulder reconstructs the genre’s greatest hits into mobile frameworks. There are pieces of ’90s Norwegian black metal, smatterings of NWOBHM influence and delegations into folk and dungeon synth. Most prominent is how much Hulder draws from a place in the nightside eclipse. Hulder brews these components together through seamless transitions and proactive songwriting."[3]

Band members[edit]

  • Marliese Riesterer – guitars, vocals, bass, keys, drum machine programming (2018–present)

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Godslastering: Hymns of a Forlorn Peasantry (2021)

Demos[edit]

  • Ascending The Raven Stone (2018)
  • Rehearsal 8/13/18 (2018)
  • Promo 2020 (2021)

Other releases[edit]

  • Embraced By Darkness Mysts EP (2019)

References[edit]

  1. "Track Premiere: Hulder - "A Forlorn Peasant's Hymn"". Decibel Magazine. 2020-12-22. Retrieved 2021-03-13.
  2. Best New Metal Releases January 2021: Hulder, Dread Sovereign, Asphyx, Dipygus, Crystal Viper, retrieved 2021-03-13
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Hulder: Godslastering Hymns of a Forlorn Peasantry". Spectrum Culture. 2021-02-17. Retrieved 2021-03-13.

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