@blackmonoliths 4 years ago
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Helvete or neseblod records. Oslo, Norway. In 1991 Mayhem guitarist Euronymous (Øystein Aarseth) opened a record shop called Helvete. The term itself is Norwegian for "Hell" and comes from the Norse "Hels Viti," which means "Hel's Punishment." The shop was located in Oslo and helped with the formation of the Norwegian Black Metal Scene. Key figures of the rising black metal movement often met at the shop and in its basement. . . . . . . . . . . . . iceland icelandic scandinavian travel bergen adventure viking explore beautifuldestinations artofvisuals scandinavia moodygrams vikingshipmuseum vikingship oslo norway vikings valhalla helvete hell neseblod neseblodrecords oslo oslonorway blackmetal metal deathmetal doommetal norwegianmetal

Helvete or neseblod records. Oslo, Norway. In 1991 Mayhem guitarist Euronymous (Øystein Aarseth) opened a record shop called Helvete. The term itself is Norwegian for "Hell" and comes from the Norse "Hels Viti," which means "Hel's Punishment." The shop was located in Oslo and helped with the formation of the Norwegian Black Metal Scene. Key figures of the rising black metal movement often met at the shop and in its basement. . . . . . . . . . . . . iceland icelandic scandinavian travel bergen adventure viking explore beautifuldestinations artofvisuals scandinavia moodygrams vikingshipmuseum vikingship oslo norway vikings valhalla helvete hell neseblod neseblodrecords oslo oslonorway blackmetal metal deathmetal doommetal norwegianmetal

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