Norway’s Experimental Post Metallers KRAKOW have released a new video from their upcoming album “minus” for the track “sirens”, about which the band had this to say:

“This just might be our most political song to date. And as with our music it just ended up that way. The song is at first glance a visualisation of a weird world gone sour. If you dig a little further, you will find pointers towards different warning signs about how we are slowly killing the planet.”

The video, by Esteban Sebastián Farias, can be seen below and at

The new album itself is due for release on Karisma Records on the 31 August, and was once again recorded in the renowned Duper and Solslottet studios in the Bergen Kjøtt creative complex, in collaboration, once more, with Iver Sandøy. KRAKOW even brought in some help this time to tell these stories – the album ending with a choir consisting of a select group of Bergen based musical veterans, whilst the opening track introduces the most rock n’ roll guitar solo, courtesy of one Phil Campbell of Motörhead fame.

“minus” is effectively two albums-worth of material distilled into one, very focussed, gem. It is, according to the band, “the pinnacle of achievement of KRAKOW’s thirteen-year existence. After a year of recording, shaping, re-recording and refining, “minus” has been reduced to the bare essence of who KRAKOW are as individuals, as a group, and as story tellers. It is an album that defies any attempts at genre definition and covers the heavy, the subtle, the melodic, the atonal, the groovy, the sluggish, the dense, the airy, the naked, and always, always, that wall of sound where no light can escape”.

Tracklisting for “minus” as follows:

1. black wandering sun
2. sirens
3. the stranger
4. from fire, from stone
5. minus
6. tidlaus

Krakow - minus CD

“minus” is available in Didipak, 12″ Vinyl, and Digital formats, and is now available to pre-order from the following:

All formats:
Digipak and Vinyl:

The release of “minus” also sees KRAKOW set to tour Europe together with fellow countrymen ENSLAVED and HIGH ON FIRE, something which the band is very much looking forward to:

“It has been 10 years since last time we toured Europe together with Enslaved, and we are really excited about it! Not only are they close friends, but one of the best live acts around. Added to which, the prospect of being able to also tour with HIGH ON FIRE is a milestone for us. This has been one of our goals since the formation of KRAKOW! This is such a strong package and we can’t wait to hit the road with these gentlemen”

Routing for the tour:

29.09.2018 København/Danmark – Pumpehuset
30.09.2018 Poznan/Polen – U Bazyla
01.10.2018 Warsaw/Polen – Proxima
02.10.2018 Leipzig/Tyskland – UT Connewitz
03.10.2018 Esch-sur-alzette/Luxembourg – Kulturfabrik
04.10.2018 Breda/Nederland – Mezz
06.10.2018 Norwich/England, UK – Waterfront
07.10.2018 Sheffield/England, UK – Plug
08.10.2018 Manchester/England, UK – Academy 2
09.10.2018 Dublin/Irland – Tivoli
10.10.2018 Belfast/Northern Ireland, UK – Limelight
12.10.2018 Birmingham/England, UK – Asylum
13.10.2018 Antwerp/Belgia – Desertfest
14.10.2018 Bristol/England, UK – SWX
15.10.2018 London/England, UK – The Dome
16.10.2018 Paris/Frankrike – La Machine du moulin rouge
20.10.2018 Bergen/Norway – Hulen (Only Krakow)


More information about KRAKOW can be found on the band’s website at or on Facebook at

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