R.I. – MIK 2017

99,00 kn
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R.I. – FEST OFF

9,00 kn
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WARDRUNA – RUNALJOD / RAGNAROK LP2

Wardruna are finally ready to present their next album entitled “Runaljod – Ragnarok”. It is the third instalment in a trilogy of albums that began with “Runaljod – gap var Ginnunga” (2009) and continued with “Runaljod – Yggdrasil” (2013). In short, the ambitious idea behind the trilogy was to create musical interpretations of each of the twenty-four old Nordic runes. It proved to be a lengthy and challenging task. Some of the material on the album even date back to 2003 and the early stages of the project, when multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Einar Selvik started to develop the genre-defying sound and style that Wardruna have become known for. It is a contemporary sound, but one that is characterized by the use of old and historical instruments like Kraviklyra, taglharpe, goat horns, birchbark lures and more. The vocals range from whispering voices to melodic song and mighty choirs. All performed with sincerity and conviction.

Musically and conceptually there is a clear continuity between all three of the albums, but with time and experience comes refinement. And new elements has certainly been added along the way. Most notable on “Runaljod – Ragnarok” is the use of the Scandinavian bronze lures, whose iconic sound and appearance make them a perfect fit with Wardruna’s instrumentation and concept. Special guest performances by Einar’s own children and Skarvebarna children’s choir must also be noted.

1. Tyr
2. UruR
3. Isa
4. MannaR – Drivande
5. MannaR – Liv
6. Raido
7. Pertho
8. Odal
9. Wunjo
10. Runaljod

225,00 kn
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WARDRUNA – RUNALJOD / GAP VAR GINNUNGA LP2

Wardruna is a Norwegian music group founded by Einar Kvitrafn Selvik.
In 2009 Wardruna enchanted their listeners with their mesmerizing debut album ‘gap var Ginnunga’, which also was the first part of a planned trilogy.
In the ensuing years the group have spent a lot of time on adapting their music to a live format and establishing a live band. This resulting in a handful of very special concerts, perhaps most notably when they performed in front of the majestic 1100-year-old Gokstad ship at the Viking Ship Museum in Norway.
With the use of the oldest of Nordic instruments and poetic metres as well as lyrics written in Norwegian, Old Norse and Proto-Norse tongue, Wardruna released the second album in the ‘Runaljod’ trilogy entitled ‘Yggdrasil’ after nearly three years in the making. Multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Einar Kvitrafn Selvik, together with vocalists Kristian Espedal (aka Gaahl) and Lindy-Fay Hella, managed to make a strikingly beautiful and intense continuation of what was started with their first album, but without falling into the trap of merely repeating themselves.
The ongoing ‘Runaljod’ trilogy is a musical rendition of the 24 runes in what is often referred to as the elder futhark. Some of the recordings are done outdoors in places or under circumstances of significance to each rune. Wardruna primarily use old and historical instruments such as primitive deer-hide frame drums, Kraviklyra, tagelharpe, mouth harp, goat horn, lur and more. Non-traditional instruments and other sources of sound like trees, rocks, water and torches are also used.
All of these elements are carefully woven into a rich musical landscape and complemented with whispering voices, melodic song and mighty choirs. Although Wardruna’s music share characteristics with music typically labeled as folk, world and/or ambient, none of these genres can really describe their unique style. It truly must be experienced.

SIDE A:
01. Ar var alda
02. Hagall
03. Bjarkan

SIDE B:
04. Loyndomsriss
05. Heimta Thurs
06. Thurs

SIDE C:
07. Jara
08. Laukr
09. Kauna

SIDE D:
10. Algir – Stien klarnar
11. Algir – Tognatale
12. Dagr

229,00 kn
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WARDRUNA – RUNALJOD / YGGDRASIL LP2

Four years had passed since Wardruna enchanted their listeners with their mesmerizing debut album gap var Ginnunga, which also was the first part of a planned trilogy.
In the ensuing years, the group spent a lot of time on adapting their music to a live format and establishing a live band.
This resulted in a handful of very special concerts, perhaps most notably when they performed in front of the majestic 1100-year-old Gokstad ship at the Viking Ship Museum in Norway.
With the use of the oldest of Nordic instruments and poetic meters as well as lyrics written in Norwegian, Old Norse and Proto-Norse tongue, Wardruna, after nearly three years in the making, were finally ready to return with the second album in the Runaljod trilogy, entitled Yggdrasil.

Multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Einar “Kvitrafn” Selvik had, together with vocalists Kristian Espedal (aka Gaahl) and Lindy-Fay Hella, managed to make a strikingly beautiful and intense continuation of what was started with their first album, but without falling into the trap of merely repeating themselves.
Yggdrasil was also graced with guest appearances by renowned Icelandic composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Icelands leading rímur singer Steindór Andersen.
The Runaljod trilogy is a musical rendition of the 24 runes in what is often referred to as the elder futhark.
Some of the recordings are done outdoors in places or under circumstances of significance to each rune. Wardruna primarily use old and historical instruments such as primitive deer-hide frame drums, Kraviklyra, tagelharpe, mouth harp, goat horn, lur and more.

Non-traditional instruments and other sources of sound like trees, rocks, water and torches are also used.
These elements are carefully woven into a rich musical landscape and complemented with whispering voices, melodic song and mighty choirs.
Although Wardrunas music share characteristics with music typically labeled as folk, world and/or ambient, none of these genres can really describe their unique style. It truly must be experienced.
Yggdrasil was written and recorded by Kvitrafn from spring 2010 to winter 2012 at his own Fimbulljóð studio and various outdoor locations.

Side A:
1. Rotlaust tre fell
2. Fehu
3. Naudir

Side B:
1. EhwaR
2. AnsuR
3. IwaR

Side C:
1. InwaR
2. Gibu
3. Solringen

Side D:
1. Sowelu
2. Helvegen

229,00 kn
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VADER – THE BEAST CD

1 Intro 0:59
2 Out Of The Deep 4:50
3 Dark Transmission 4:09
4 Firebringer 3:32
5 The Sea Came In At Last 4:05
6 I Shall Prevail 3:49
7 The Zone 4:30
8 Insomnia 3:26
9 Apopheniac 4:12
10 Choices 4:07

89,00 kn
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VADER – REVELATIONS CD

1 Epitaph 3:44
2 The Nomad 3:50
3 Wolftribe 2:25
4 Whisper 3:26
5 When Darkness Calls 5:16
6 Torch Of War 2:45
7 The Code 2:24
8 Lukewarm Race 2:26
9 Revelation Of Black Moses 6:56

89,00 kn
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VADER – REIGN FOREVER WORLD CD

1 Reign Forever World 4:01
2 Frozen Paths 2:13
3 Privelege Of The Gods 4:54
4 Total Desaster 3:10
5 Rapid Fire 3:20
6 Freezing Moon 5:42
7 Creatures Of Light And Darkness – Live 3:10
8 Carnal – Live 2:33
9 Red Dunes 1:12
10 Lord Of Desert 2:00

89,00 kn
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TULUS – OLD OLD DEATH digi CD

1 Hel 2:52
2 Jord 2:31
3 I Havet Hos Rån 2:46
4 Flukt 3:14
5 Folkefall 3:17
6 I Hinmannens Hånd 4:16
7 Grunn Grav 2:46
8 Ild Til Mørkning 2:44
9 Villkjeft 2:05
10 In Memoriam 4:39

119,00 kn
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