Release date: 13 April 2004
Style: Extreme folk metal

Rating:

8.4 | 418 votes

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01. Vindfärd / Människopesten
02. Eliytres
03. Fiskarens Fiende
04. Trollhammaren
05. Nattfödd
06. Ursvamp
07. Marknadsvisan
08. Det Iskalla Trollblodet
09. Grottans Barn
10. Rök

The best Folk Metal album of 2004

Review
Lyrics (10)


Line-up
Henri Urponpoika "Trollhorn" Sorvali - keyboards
Mikael "Routa" Karlbom - guitars
Tapio Wilska - vocals
Samu "Beast Dominator" Ruotsalainen - drums
Samuli "Skrymer" Ponsimaa - guitars
Sami "Tundra" Uusitalo - bass


Additional info
Recorded and mixed in Sundi Coop, Savonlinna during 24.10.2003-14.11.2003 by Tuomo Valtonen
Mastered at Finnvox by Mika Jussila
Produced by Trollhorn and Tundra.
Artwork and trollistration by Skrymer.

Released on: Spinefarm/Century Media

In memory of Teemu Raimoranta, Pertti Olavi Karlbom, Sulo Wilska.

Staff review by
Undercraft

Rating:
9.5
Under the file "Metal Eccentricities" Finntroll figures as a top contender, these Finns have managed the way to create playful yet aggressive music, using as a base a Finnish polka rhythm called Hummpa, the wide array of instruments these trolls use is quite amazing, to name a few I would have to say accordion, mouth harp, flutes, clarinets, herty gerties even a honky-tonk piano.

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published 15.04.2004 | Comments (7)

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JÄY - 20.09.2011 at 07:53  
Rating: 10 This is folk metal.....most "folk metal" bands are some other form of metal, be it heavy, power, black, etc, plus folky melodies of folk instruments....but i think a metal genre is in the riffs...and the humpa riffs make it folk metal
ThunderAxe1989 - 25.12.2011 at 02:09  
Rating: 8 First Folk Metal album I ever bought. It's still my favourite of theirs, I love Wilska's vocals. it's a shame he only did one full length album with them.
musicalkaratekid - 07.10.2012 at 17:43  
Rating: 8 Great album.
NocturnalStalker - 19.01.2013 at 15:57  
Rating: 8 Nice album. I really like Människopesten and Det Iskalla Trollblodet and Trollhammaren is surely a great hit song. But for me most of the songs are still weaker than on the early albums.
Northern Danger - 15.02.2014 at 21:53  
  Better than Jaktens Tid imo.
BlueMobius - 18.02.2014 at 05:02  
Rating: 8 I recently revisited this album after not listening to it thoroughly for probably five years. It was a great reminder of why I love Finntroll. I haven't been much into them in a while, but this album will always hold a special place. I liked the next album, "Ur Jordens Djup," a lot but for other reasons. Nothing they have done since "Nattfodd" though has quite captured the perfect mix of darkness, atmospheric but not overly cheesy keyboards and a certain anger.

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