Tsjuder: Kill for Satan (2000)

Kill for Satan epitomizes the raw power and aggression of Norwegian black metal. The album is a whirlwind of demonic energy, propelled by Nag’s guttural vocals and a relentless sonic attack. For those seeking black metal that’s unapologetically hostile and blasphemous, this album delivers without compromise.

Track Listing

  1. The Daemon Gate
  2. Necromancy
  3. The Lord Of Terror
  4. Raping Christianity
  5. Dying Spirits
  6. Unleashed
  7. Kill For Satan (The King’s Birth)
  8. Sodomizing The Lamb (The King’s Conquering)
  9. Beyond The Grave (The King’s Reign)

Length: 31:49


Black metal

Release Date

January 13th, 2000

Record Label

Drakkar Productions

The Lineup for the Album

  • Nag: Bass, Vocals
  • Arak Draconiiz: Guitars
  • Draugluin: Guitars
  • AntiChristian: Drums

Recording Date

December, 1999

Recording Studio

Hellrace Studios (Norway)

Produced by

Jonas F. Pedersen and Tsjuder

Album Themes/Concept

Anti-Christian: The album title sets the tone, with songs like “Raping Christianity” explicitly expressing hatred for Christianity and its values.

Violence and Destruction: Lyrics often depict scenes of violence and destruction, reflecting a general theme of rebellion and chaos.

Darkness and the Occult: The album delves into dark imagery and references to the occult. This isn’t just spooky, but rather revels in a darker power system.

Satanic Celebration: There’s an underlying glorification of Satanic figures and a rejection of Christian morality.

While not a strictly linear story, the album has a loose thematic concept. It can be interpreted as a descent into darkness and a celebration of Satanic power.

Track titles like “Kill For Satan (The King’s Birth)” and “Beyond The Grave (The King’s Reign)” hint at a narrative, but it’s more about atmosphere and feeling than a specific plot.

Album Mood

Aggressive and Relentless: The relentless drumming, tremolo-picked guitars, and Nag’s harsh vocals create a sonic assault that’s the core of the album’s mood.

Dark and Blasphemous: The album revels in anti-Christian imagery and dark themes, contributing to a sinister and unsettling feeling.

Triumphant Defiance: Underlying the aggression, there’s a certain twisted exuberance in celebrating the demonic and rejecting societal and religious norms.

Moments of Chaos: Some tracks emphasize a sense of uncontrolled chaotic energy and violence that goes beyond controlled power.

Release Date

January 13, 2000