Hladomrak represents the dark side of nature, the one indifferent and ruthless to mankind. Hladomrak is You, when Your mind is cold and thoughts wander in darkness of consciousness searching for answers to eternal questions.

Hladomrak is the wall of sound built of solid bass attack, heartbeat of powerful percussion, metal guitar riffs and soul freezing screams.
Born at the north Hladomrak has absorbed eternal winter atmosphere, stone hardness, spring water coldness and dark roots.”

Omnicide. Live at Runby pub

May 2nd, 2015|

A song from upcoming album. Live at Runby pub

April 30th, 2015|

Live at Runby bar

Life is short.
Don’t miss Hladomrak and Midvinterblot gig at Runby bar!
25 april, Upplands Väsby, Stockholm. Free entrance.


March 30th, 2015|

Hladomrak line-up is complete

We are proud to represent our new drummer Hagall!
It will be possible to see us live in the near furure. Stay tuned!

February 13th, 2015|

Aquarius records about Hladomrak:

First we’ve heard from this Swedish black metal horde, and we were surprised by the sound, which is quite polished and well produced, not nearly the raw grimness we were expecting, instead, it’s more like some super technical blackened death metal, with tons of melody, every burst of blasting black buzz, countered by some super slick melodic heaviness, but it’s a pretty potent combo for sure, the musical math of cold grim BM plus Swedish DM tough to argue with. At various moments in the record, the sound does veer decidedly toward one or the other, but more often than not landing right in the middle.

The fierce riffage, harsh vokills and technical drumming are all crystal clear, super heavy, but nearly glistening with machinelike precision. And as mentioned above, the melodies are a huge part of Hladomrak’s sound, melancholy and minor key, with every song repeatedly lurching from churning chug, or soaring majestic blast, to melodic moodiness, doom melancholia, and in many cases impossible poppiness. But that poppiness does not detract from the record’s heft or heaviness, instead it positions Hladomrak in a whole different sonic realm, one well removed from the environs of raw grimness.
And while musically, this is already pretty stellar, the record is peppered with some cool subtle weirdness, whether it’s little squiggly tangles of shred, progged out mathiness, broody almost doomy breakdowns, blasts of grinding ferocity, cool clean guitar folkiness, or soaring majestic almost Viking sounding epicry, it’s all in service of the songs, which are technical, and catchy, and melodic and should definitely appeal to fans of In Flames, At The Gates, Dissection, Unleashed and other sonically similar outfits.

December 1st, 2014|


During 2014 Evgenerator and Dipa tested different drummers and created some songs for the second album. Omnicide and Frost were written in 2013.

November 9th, 2014|
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