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Denmark’s ubiquitous Nortt is a reclusive vocalist and multi-instrumentalist focusing on what critics possess labeled “depressive dark funeral doom,” and whose closest parallels include Australia’s equally bleak and misanthropic Disembowelment. Starting his tests in 1995, Nortt provides recorded several demos (1997’s “Nattetale,” 1998’s “Doeden,” 1999’s “Graven”) and public releases, many of them short-form singles and EPs, like 2002’s Hedengang and 2003’s Gudsforladt. That same calendar year noticed a compilation of his dispersed functions unleashed as Mournful Monuments 1998-2002, but that’s about as big an image as we’re more likely to find of the intentionally obscure musician.

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