10 Years Ago: ONDSKAPT release Arisen from the Ashes

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10 Years Ago: ONDSKAPT release Arisen from the Ashes

All sickness within our malevolent gathering and within our souls is to plunge into being a redeemer such as of a plague to wipe out the impurities that have infested it's self upon humans. Ever so slowly, crawling on its warted edifice perhaps the time will come when this suffering could surpass, though dire certainty tell us otherwise.

Acerbus / Onskapt interview, Black-Metal NL, 2011

ONDSKAPT released their third (and still most recent) album, Arisen from the Ashes, on this day in 2010.

Ondskapt had a long period of idle-ness after the release of D.E. this was due to that Nabemih had moved from stockholm to a small suburbian area in the southern part of Sweden called Landskrona. He and I used to write most of all material for Ondskapt. We had plans for live shows already back then but when he left the process of future plans at the time where slowed down. He had all the reasons to leave this shithole of a city, I know the thought has crossed my mind many times my self. Shortly there after Wredhe was recruted to Shining and the little contact that we have became deminished. I started recruting different people to the band but nothing held in the long run. Later I became involved with IXXI which turned out to be more and more time consuming, so I guess one can say that Ondskapt was pretty much dead for the time being. It wasn't until after the release of IXXI's Elect darkness album when the band split up entierly solely due to the fact of our fucking idiot lead singer completely fucking everything up until I decided to go back to starting up Ondskapt again. Fuck him and Edward Christie of Candlelight Records UK as well!!! Like an old poison flowing though my veins reminding me of its presents, I felt an urge to continue with my previous work. Time past there after and several trail members came and went until Ondskapt finally had a worthy line-up. Considering "Arisen From the Ashes" the material was already writen, it wasn't until we had the right band line-up that we decided to enter the studio, this was very important not only due to the studio sessions but also to being able to perform live.

Acerbus / Onskapt interview, Heavy Metal Tribune, 2010