Kvelertak just took home the Norwegian equivalent of a Grammy at the annual Spellemannprisen awards ceremony. Their 2013 record, Meir, earned them the award for best metal album, and to celebrate, the band tore up the stage at the ceremony.
Joined onstage by well-known Norwegian musicians Morten Abel and Thomas Dybdahl, the band started things off with a quiet intro before launching into a balls-out version of "Evig Vandrar." After a minute of their signature energy tearing up the stage, the instruments dropped out and Kvelertak were joined by a nightmare drumline of owl-headed monsters. Following their synchronized snare drum breakdown, the owl-men marched up to the stage to play along through dueling guitar solos, confetti, and a massive pyrotechnic display. If awards shows were this insane in the US, I'd probably watch a lot more of them. Check out the madness above.