I was late to the party with Thrawsunblat, discovering them via their 2020 EP โ€˜Insulaโ€™, but once I stumbled upon their unique, and frankly beautiful, blackened folk metal sound, I was in love. An immediate deep dive into their back catalogue strengthened my initial observation that this band were something special. Thrawsunblat is the project … Continue reading 171: THRAWSUNBLAT