Where most black metal revels in stories of fictional deities, benign and malignant, Spyhorelandet wallows in everyday themes. Like the cover art, the music contained therein contains the naked truth. When you peel back the skin, no matter how beautiful, what is left is the ugly personal histories each of US carries. Throughout Spyhorelandet, naked inhabitants of our world are quoted directly. For many of whom, defeat is their best and sometimes only asset. The once unspoken rule that you don't shit where you eat, has been forgotten. Now, sewers cascade into open and inviting mouths, and every plate is overflowing. 5 years after the release of the avant-garde metal piece Adjø Silo, Formloff are back with a new dark black metal piece, Spyhorelandet. Finding progression in regression, Formloff have crafted an album closer to the sound of their first demo, Overstaying, but far more atmospheric and much darker.