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Wardruna - Runaljod: Ragnarok mp3 download

Performer: Wardruna
Title: Runaljod: Ragnarok
Location: Fimbulljóo Studio
Duration: 58:28
Released: 2016
Date of recording: 2015
Size MP3 version: 1193 mb
Size FLAC version: 1423 mb
Size WMA version: 1636 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Wardruna - Runaljod: Ragnarok mp3 download


Album · 2016 · 10 Songs.

Runaljod – Ragnarok - Студийный альбом от Wardruna. Вышел 21 октября 2016г. В альбом вошло 10 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 58:45.

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Ragnarok is the third album of the Norwegian folk band Wardruna and the last album in the Runaljod Trilogy. The album was released on the 21st of October 2016 with with the songs Odal and Raido as the main singles. Runaljod - Ragnarok Q&A. Producers Einar Selvik. Writers Einar Selvik. More Wardruna albums. Runaljod – Yggdrasil.

Runaljod - Ragnarok was written, composed and produced by Einar Selvik between 2003 and 2016. Recorded, engineered and mixed by Einar in Fimbulljóð Studio and various outdoor locations in Norway. Mastered by Tony Lindgren at Fascination Street Studios. The ice percussion on Isa was set up and recorded in Geilo, Norway in 2015 by Eilif Gundersen, Steinar Mossige and Sigurd Ytre-Arne. Skavebarna Children's Choir was conducted by Ingjerd Almås Arnfinset. Recording engineer was Lars Inge Tverberg at Hul kulturskole.

Wardruna’s third studio album, ‘Runaljod – Ragnarok’, will be out on October 21. Track listing . Presales begins on August 19. More details to follow. Malmö Added to the Ragnarok Tour, 5 Aug. 2016. On Wednesday November 30th they will perform at Slagthusets teater in Malmö, Sweden. Ragnarok Tour Update, 13 July 2016

Album Name Runaljod – Ragnarok. 版公司 Indie Recordings.

Runaljod – Ragnarok is the third album by the Norwegian Nordic folk band Wardruna, released on 21 October 2016 by Indie Recordings/By Norse Music. It is the final chapter of the trilogy Runaljod, inspired by the 24 ancient runes of the Elder Futhark. The album was preceded by the release of the first single, "Odal", on 21 August. On 6 October, Wardruna released a music video and single for the song "Raido". The video was filmed, directed and produced by Finnish photographer Tuukka Koski.

Wardruna – Runaljod – Ragnarok (2016). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On October - 6 - 2016. Album: Runaljod Ragnarok. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: November 22, 2018 - Wardruna – Skald (2018). December 27, 2013 - Wardruna – Runaljod Yggdrasil (2013).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Tyr Einar Selvik Wardruna 6:28
2 UruR Einar Selvik Wardruna 10:09
3 Isa Einar Selvik Wardruna 7:11
4 MannaR - Drivande Einar Selvik Wardruna 4:07
5 MannaR - Liv Einar Selvik Wardruna 5:11
6 Raido Einar Selvik Wardruna 4:45
7 Pertho Einar Selvik Wardruna 2:16
8 Odal Einar Selvik Wardruna 5:29
9 Wunjo Einar Selvik Wardruna 5:18
10 Runaljod Einar Selvik Wardruna 7:34

Credits

Ingjerd Almås Arnfinset - Choir Conductor
Kjell Braaten - Vocals
Ole Johs Brye - Photography
Hc Dalgaard - Vocals
Eilif Gundersen - Guitar, Horn, Percussion, Trumpet, Willow Flute
Lindy-Fay Hella - Arranger, Vocals
Tony Lindgren - Mastering
Steinar Mossige - Percussion
Øivind Myksvoll - Cover Art
Arne Sandvoll - Vocals
Einar Selvik - Arranger, Composer, Drums, Electronics, Engineer, Flute, Harp, Horn, Liner Notes, Mixing, Percussion, Producer, Vocals
Lars Inge Tverberg - Engineer
Wardruna - Primary Artist
Espen Winther - Photography
Sigurd Ytre-Arne - Percussion
Bundis
If you were to strip off all of the elements of metal from a modern black/pagan/death metal album but still wanted to keep its absolute essence, you would probably have Wardruna and its Runaljod trilogy. Despite treading similar paths to outfits like Current 93, Death In June, Coil and the like, Wardruna's faithfulness to its Nordic roots brings a primeval authenticity that should appeal to any open-minded metal fan. This album feels as uncompromising and unforgiving as the ice, rock, steel and dark forests that inspired it and has a way of communicating the cold, harsh power of the northern environment without resorting to Viking fetishism. Fans of neofolk or goth will definitely gravitate to this, but hopefully those interested in this aspect of metal's roots will give this an opportunity too. Recommended.