Gylve Fenris Nagell, better known as Fenriz, is a Norwegian musician, part-time music journalist and online radio host who is best known as being one half of the extreme metal duo Darkthrone, alongside Nocturno Culto. Although primarily a drummer, he has also performed bass, guitar, and vocals for Darkthrone and several other metal bands. Fenriz is famed for his encyclopedic knowledge of metal music, his eager promotion of underground bands and the DIY ethic, and his rejection of the "showbiz side of the music industry". Fenriz was also the studio drummer for doom metal band Valhall, and has had several solo projects, including the folk black metal project Isengard and the dark ambient project Neptune Towers.
|Birth name:||Leif Nagell|
|Also known as:||Fenriz|
|Born:||November 28, 1971|
|Genres:||Black metal, death metal, speed metal, crust punk, doom metal, folk black metal, dark ambient|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, songwriter, postal service employee|
|Instruments:||Electric guitar, bass guitar, drums, vocals, keyboards, synth|
|Associated acts:||Darkthrone, Isengard, Neptune Towers, Valhall, Storm, Dødheimsgard|
About Gylve Fenris Nagell
Nicknamed Fenriz, he is the drummer for the metal rock band Darkthrone. He also has projects called Isengard, Neptune Towers, and Red Planet.
He was in a band called Black Death and was inspired to play after listening to Sweet Freedom by Uriah Heep.
He was featured in the documentary film Until the Light Takes Us.
He was born in Kolbotn and moved to Oslo.
He was influenced by Jim Morrison.
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