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Svartalfheim

Country of origin:
Finland
Location:
Hyvinkää
Status:
Changed name
Formed in:
1998
Genre:
Folk Black Metal
Lyrical themes:
Mythology, Paganism
Last label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1995-? (as Calm), 1998-?, ?-? (as Hin Onde)
Svartálfheimr (Old Icelandic for "Home of the Black-Elves") is, according solely to the Prose Edda, the dwelling place of the Svartálfar ("Black Elves") which appear, in this source, to be identical with Dwarves (Old Icelandic Dvergar). There is otherwise very little evidence for an actual belief in the Svartálfar In pre-christian Scandinavia.
Kalma Drums
See also: Oath, ex-Hin Onde, ex-Oath of Cirion, ex-Azaghal, ex-Hellkult, ex-Calm (Fin), ex-Druadan Forest
Wind Keyboards, Guitars (acoustic)
See also: Wyrd (live), Vultyr, ex-Hin Onde, ex-Calm, ex-Decay's Delight, ex-Varjosielu, ex-Wind
Narqath Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards
See also: Azaghal, Rutonkantaja, Svartkraft, Wyrd, Vultyr, ex-Hellkult, ex-Hin Onde, ex-Oath of Cirion, ex-Thoronath, ex-Valar, ex-With Hate I Burn, ex-Belfegor, ex-Necromortum, ex-Finnugor, ex-Calm (Fin), ex-Decay's Delight, ex-Nargoventor, ex-Varjosielu, ex-Weltraum
Added by: emperor_zola Modified by: Kreiviratia
Added on: 2004-08-11 15:21:16 Last modified on: 2014-11-01 06:35:28
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