Release date: 25 May 2007
Style: Black metal, Viking folk metal


8.5 | 129 votes


175 have it
20 want it

01. Uppvaknande
02. Ur Själslig Död
03. En Fallen Fader
04. Den Gamle Talar
05. Genom Världar Nio
06. Visioner På Isen
07. Vargbrodern Talar
08. I Underjorden
09. Nio Dagar, Nio Nätter
10. Vargstenen
11. Vedergällningens Tid
12. Eld

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Irinel - 19.04.2010 at 18:16  
  This material is amazing !
Spanishkiller - 18.06.2011 at 23:35  
Rating: 9 Extremely underrated... A great mixture between acoustic, folk and melodic black metal
flightoficarus - 10.10.2014 at 17:00  
Rating: 6 I listen to a lot of Viking/Folk metal, and the genre is over-saturated. That being said, this album should not rank as highly as it does here. There are albums from Amon Amarth, Equilibrium, Windir, Nokturnal Mortem, even Svartsot that smash this album to peices. The instrumentation is just okay, and the vocals...shudder. They made me cringe every time the lead tried to "sing." He should stick to screaming and leave the clean singing to the backup vocalist who can actually, ya know, sing. Awful. I give this album a 5. It's not terrible, but the vocals in particular just kill the whole thing for me.
Bad English - 30.08.2016 at 22:19  
  Its blackisg folk, nothing whit BM, and a bit neo folk elements, if we know evolution its not bad, but I think next one must be in old school BM touch
btw a bit sounds like Falkoner?

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