Quick Shots #20: Eternal Gods
SonOfOdin is in a blackened folk mood this month with new albums from Finland’s Moonsorrow and Austria’s Bifröst. The bonus track shifts the ancestry from Scandinavian to Celtic with Spain’s Briargh.
Moonsorrow : Jumalten Aika (2016)
Moonsorrow is an epic blackened folk metal band from Finland. Originally a straight black metal project, the band has added progressive and folk elements to their sound to engage any listener willing to commit to their extended track lengths.
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Bifröst : Mana Ewah (2016)
Originally playing a traditional melodic death metal style, Austria’s Bifröst began incorporating folk/pagan elements into their sound, including lyrics from Scando-Germanic mythology and fun drinking numbers.
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