03:22 - Karlabos Niburta has some throat singing too: [link] What is this anyway? Hungarian folk?
02:30 - Redn1ght I just discovered those bands earlier yesterday... I need to find more bands to listen to.
02:28 - moonflash Yeah once you get to the weird part of youtube the right side bar becomes an awesome portal of discovery lol. And the one you just posted sounds equally intruiging, kinda like kung-fu hustle meets In Extremo :P
02:12 - Redn1ght There's also The Nine Treasures: [link] @Moonflash.
02:03 - Redn1ght Just browse through youtube's weird parts. You will find some weird ones.
01:53 - moonflash Frankly I'm kinda bored of germanic/scandinavian folk metal. So it's really refreshing to hear some asian or other folk influenced bands.
01:43 - Redn1ght So yeah, Moonflash. Tengger kinda sound like Finntroll. Just saying. :p
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