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Brymir - Put Out New Track


The Finns Brymir offer in listening the second preview tune off their upcoming studio album Voices In The Sky, ready to hit the streets on August 26th via Napalm Records. The song "Herald Of Aegir" is available for streaming together with lyric video clip.




Viktor Gullichsen on the album and second single: "Growing up in Finland, the land of a thousand lakes, I've always had a special relationship with water. I spent a big part of my childhood in the archipelago, eating what fish we caught - but today the fish are mostly gone and if we keep polluting the oceans there will soon be nothing left. This song is a reminder that we are approaching a point of no return, especially for some of the more sensitive species. The song’s title refers to salmon, the finest catch of our ancestors and the greatest beast lurking in the depths of the Baltic Sea - but perhaps they won't be around for much longer… Treat our oceans with respect - or the Herald of Aegir will get you!"

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Brymir
Posted: 31.07.2022 by Abattoir


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31.07.2022 - 23:07
chrism

Wow! I've already pre-ordered the album, but I'm even more excited now!!! That guitar solo...mmmmmm already thinking album of the year.
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01.08.2022 - 00:58
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Tage Westerlund
It's true our lakes and rivers are whit out fish. 15 years ago bass n northen pike was every where, now hmmmm.
Same whit salmon. Only in Saami areas still we gave fish, only they can fish there. Trots.
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01.08.2022 - 14:13
Liafev

Well, I really liked the first single, but this one feels way too neoclassical power for me .. Less dark and the guitar solos and way too up in the major scale. Let's see what the whole album brings ..
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