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Vattnet

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Vattnet, formerly known as Vattnet Viskar, was an American post-metal band from New Hampshire that have released 3 full-length albums and a self-titled EP.

Vattnet
Also known asVattnet Viskar (2010–2016)
OriginPlaistow, New Hampshire, United States
GenresBlack metal, post-metal, doom metal
Years active2010–2018
LabelsCentury Media, Broken Limb, New Damage
Associated actsVanna, Astronoid
MembersChris Alfieri
Seamus Menihane
Nick Thornbury
Casey Aylward
Past membersAlan Sobodacha
Matt St. Jean

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HistoryEdit

Formed in Plaistow, New Hampshire in 2010, their name is Swedish for “the water is whispering”.[1]

On June 16, 2015, Vattnet Viskar released their sophomore full-length album titled Settler which was largely inspired by the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster and Christa McAuliffe in particular. Guitarist Chris Alfieri stated in a June 17, 2015, interview with Decibel Magazine that, "Christa was from Concord, New Hampshire, the town that I live in. One of my first memories is the Challenger mission's demise, so it's a personal thing for me. But the album isn't about the explosion, it's about everything else. Pushing to become something else, something better. A transformation, and touching the divine."[2] The group released a third LP "Vattnet" on September 15, 2017.

On February 22, 2018, Chris Alfieri announced the band had broken up.[3]

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

  • Sky Swallower (2013, Century Media Records)
  • Settler (2015, Century Media Records)
  • Vattnet (2017, New Damage Records)

EPsEdit

  • Vattnet Viskar (2012, Broken Limb Recordings)

DemoEdit

  • Demo (2011, self-released)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://decibelmagazine.com/blog/2015/6/17/nick-thornbury-chris-alfieri-chris-alfieri-vattnet-viskar-interviewed
  2. ^ http://decibelmagazine.com/blog/2015/6/17/nick-thornbury-chris-alfieri-chris-alfieri-vattnet-viskar-interviewed
  3. ^ "Vattnet Have Broken Up". ThePRP. February 23, 2018. Retrieved February 23, 2018.

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