Most of Falkenbach's lyrics are in English, but some are in Old Norse, Latin, and Old German. Most, if not all of the lyrics in Old Norse are actually taken from heathen literature: for example, the chorus lines in the song "Donar's Oak" are actually verses four and five of Grímnismál, a poem of the Elder Edda. (Hávamál, after which the first demo is named, is another such poem.)
Falkenbach means "Falconbrook" in German
The name Vratyas Vakyas means something like "the searching wanderer" or "the wanderer in search" and symbolises two levels of Vatan, a philosophy of life based on Asatru.