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winterheathen
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:10 am 
 

InfernoxDeath wrote:
I'm looking for bands that worship Vikings and the Gods in the vein of Amon Amarth.
Most bands mentioned here are very close to Black Metal which I'll probably give a miss...


The Swedish band Wulfgar should be right up your alley. Also Runic if you haven't already heard of them
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2008 10:16 am 
 

Incinerated_Glory wrote:
For those that don't know the band Kamaedzitca and are fans of Asmegin, Heidevolk, Skyforger, Slavland, etc. Check out the new album "Pyarune".


I'm a big fan of the first Kamaedzitca album, but I haven't been able to (legally) find the new album yet. Hopefully it will make it out of Belarus within the next few months.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2008 10:19 am 
 

samekh wrote:
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For those that don't know the band Kamaedzitca and are fans of Asmegin, Heidevolk, Skyforger, Slavland, etc. Check out the new album "Pyarune".


I'm a big fan of the first Kamaedzitca album, but I haven't been able to (legally) find the new album yet. Hopefully it will make it out of Belarus within the next few months.


Ebay it or get it off soulseek from me and then buy it later.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 7:37 am 
 

winterheathen wrote:
InfernoxDeath wrote:
I'm looking for bands that worship Vikings and the Gods in the vein of Amon Amarth.
Most bands mentioned here are very close to Black Metal which I'll probably give a miss...


The Swedish band Wulfgar should be right up your alley. Also Runic if you haven't already heard of them

wulfgar is awesome. he sounds what glen benton shouldve sounded like on the last few albums

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colin040
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 8:10 am 
 

I'm not quite sure if i have to ask it here on in the death metal thread but i'm looking for melodic death metal bands with some, but not too much (note! don't recommand me Suidakra'') folkish influences. Think of Wintersun and early In flames.

edit: Don't mind production and lyrics must be in english, thanks in advance!

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secretninja
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:04 am 
 

Can I have something that will help me get into the folk/viking metal genre? I've been trying to listen to it for a while, but I want something that can get me into the genre easier.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:17 am 
 

You could name some of your favourite genres/bands first so that people can suggest something that could be more to your liking. You know, there is quite a bit of variation between the bands that get lumped into the folk/viking genre. ;)
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samekh
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 1:00 pm 
 

secretninja wrote:
Can I have something that will help me get into the folk/viking metal genre? I've been trying to listen to it for a while, but I want something that can get me into the genre easier.


If you're looking for something accessible, I would recommend Turisas "The Varangian Way." I'm not a fan of their other album, but this one is quite solid and I recommend it to friends of mine who are curious about the genre.

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I_Am_Vengeance
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2008 11:22 pm 
 

Is their any thrash bands that include anything remotely folk like, as in Melodies or even Folk instruments?

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mirons
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:05 am 
 

Early Skyclad was quite thrashy.
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samekh
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 10:23 am 
 

I_Am_Vengeance wrote:
Is their any thrash bands that include anything remotely folk like, as in Melodies or even Folk instruments?


Panychida is kind of thrashy (I think... I'm no expert on thrash), with bagpipes and flute and such.

[Edit: Also I might recommend Dub Buk and Rodosvet. They both play a kind of black/thrash metal (although Dub Buk's first few releases are more symphonic black metal) with a small amount of folk. They are both quality bands, but they're also NS-related. Lyrics are in Ukrainian and Russian, respectively.]


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Smoking_Gnu
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 12:33 pm 
 

Okay, so a website I download stuff (legally) from now has some of manegarm's stuff up, eveything from Nordstjarnans Tildsalder to Vredens Tid. Which one should I go with first?

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rms
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:11 pm 
 

their best folk/viking album is their latest which is pretty easy to find. But if you cant/to lazy I'd probably say Dodsfard over Vredens Tid. Their best pagan BM cd is easily their debut. They are one of the best viking bands ever, if you havent checked out Menhir do that next.

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DenialFiend
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:45 pm 
 

Similar to latest Bathory?

Fcuk, I am totally "burned" by Quorthon.

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Smoking_Gnu
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:09 pm 
 

rms wrote:
their best folk/viking album is their latest which is pretty easy to find. But if you cant/to lazy I'd probably say Dodsfard over Vredens Tid. Their best pagan BM cd is easily their debut. They are one of the best viking bands ever, if you havent checked out Menhir do that next.


Yeah, I downloaded Ziuwari and liked it a lot.

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rms
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 3:23 pm 
 

Hilden(brandis or something) their 07 is really solid folk/viking album from last year as well.

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lastdodobird
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 9:35 pm 
 

Does anyone here have any recommendation for good "celtic metal", meaning metal music with irish folk music influence?

I'm looking for something like the celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys, but metal. I know a number of bands that sound like this but I have a few problems with them.

Eluveitie is too screamy and Cruachan is too cheesy/dopey for my taste. Primordial would have been fine, but the celtic influence sounds too thin.

Thoughts?

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DeadGein
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:58 pm 
 

looking for something like Prog Viking/Black. Something between borknagar and enslaved

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The_Boss
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:02 pm 
 

lastdodobird wrote:
Does anyone here have any recommendation for good "celtic metal", meaning metal music with irish folk music influence?

I'm looking for something like the celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys, but metal. I know a number of bands that sound like this but I have a few problems with them.

Eluveitie is too screamy and Cruachan is too cheesy/dopey for my taste. Primordial would have been fine, but the celtic influence sounds too thin.

Thoughts?


Waylander is an amazing Celtic folk/metal band but it has a lot of black metal influence as well, not sure if that would be anything close similar to Dropkick Murphys but essential to Celtic metal nonetheless.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:05 pm 
 

lastdodobird wrote:
Does anyone here have any recommendation for good "celtic metal", meaning metal music with irish folk music influence?

I'm looking for something like the celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys, but metal. I know a number of bands that sound like this but I have a few problems with them.

Eluveitie is too screamy and Cruachan is too cheesy/dopey for my taste. Primordial would have been fine, but the celtic influence sounds too thin.

Thoughts?

Also you should check out Heol Telwen. They mix celtic metal and black metal, really nice band.

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Toing
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:56 pm 
 

lastdodobird wrote:
Does anyone here have any recommendation for good "celtic metal", meaning metal music with irish folk music influence?

I'm looking for something like the celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys, but metal. I know a number of bands that sound like this but I have a few problems with them.

Eluveitie is too screamy and Cruachan is too cheesy/dopey for my taste. Primordial would have been fine, but the celtic influence sounds too thin.

Thoughts?


You could try Aes Dana, celtic/black metal, not too screamy.


I'm looking for folk metal in the vein of Storm (Nor), Isengard (Nor) and Otyg (Swe), basically mid-paced, riff-based folk metal with clean vocals. Anyone know any such bands?

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Apathys_Requiem
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2008 1:45 am 
 

I'm looking for something more towards the ambient side of things similar to Drudkh and Enslaved's Bellow the lights.

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Call_From_The_Tower
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2008 2:43 am 
 

Apathys_Requiem wrote:
I'm looking for something more towards the ambient side of things similar to Drudkh and Enslaved's Bellow the lights.

Raventale from Ukraine is probably a good bet. They play very atmospheric ambient black metal, and are quite similar to Drudkh. I think they have a new album coming out soon too.

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samekh
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:17 am 
 

Toing wrote:
I'm looking for folk metal in the vein of Storm (Nor), Isengard (Nor) and Otyg (Swe), basically mid-paced, riff-based folk metal with clean vocals. Anyone know any such bands?


Heidevolk and Metsatoll. Odroerir is one of my favorites, but I wouldn't call their music riff-based. Beautiful vocal harmonies on "Gotterlieder," though.

Perhaps you would also like Grimm, although there are occasional shrieky vocals. When the vocalist isn't shrieking, it sounds quite like Storm to my ears.

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Toing
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samekh wrote:
Toing wrote:
I'm looking for folk metal in the vein of Storm (Nor), Isengard (Nor) and Otyg (Swe), basically mid-paced, riff-based folk metal with clean vocals. Anyone know any such bands?


Heidevolk and Metsatoll. Odroerir is one of my favorites, but I wouldn't call their music riff-based. Beautiful vocal harmonies on "Gotterlieder," though.

Perhaps you would also like Grimm, although there are occasional shrieky vocals. When the vocalist isn't shrieking, it sounds quite like Storm to my ears.


Holy shit! Thanks!!! Metsatöll and Grimm really hit the spot!

Heidevolk are really good too. I've heard of them before, but never properly checked them out.


EDIT: I'm going to second whoever mentioned Runic somewhere above

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 9:03 pm 
 

Quick question. What Borknagar album should I start with?
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:06 pm 
 

PriestofSadWings wrote:
Quick question. What Borknagar album should I start with?


As someone who loves all their albums, and by all I mean everything from Borknagar to Origin, I think it all depends on what genres of metal you like or dislike.

If you can accept something thats not entirely "methuullll" then I suggest you start with either Epic or Empiricism. And after those two move on to either Quintessence or The Olden Domain, depending on whether you like their black metal bits or their progressive bits.

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Quick question. What Borknagar album should I start with?



I say you should start with the first and move to the second, then maybe move to Quintessence and don't bother with the others. But if you like (whiny, like any other) progressive metal, then check out what the guy above said first. :P

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Does anyone here have any recommendation for good "celtic metal", meaning metal music with irish folk music influence?


Try CrystalMoors.

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I'm looking for something more towards the ambient side of things similar to Drudkh and Enslaved's Bellow the lights.


You should check into Wyrd's Heathen and Huldrafolk. I think you should also check out Walknut, and maybe Marblebog's Forestheart.

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winterheathen
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:09 am 
 

lastdodobird wrote:
Does anyone here have any recommendation for good "celtic metal", meaning metal music with irish folk music influence?

I'm looking for something like the celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys, but metal. I know a number of bands that sound like this but I have a few problems with them.

Eluveitie is too screamy and Cruachan is too cheesy/dopey for my taste. Primordial would have been fine, but the celtic influence sounds too thin.

Thoughts?


I love all three bands you just kinda blasted there, but you should take this advice anyway. Glittertind. Punky viking/folk
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:11 am 
 

DeadGein wrote:
looking for something like Prog Viking/Black. Something between borknagar and enslaved


Try the Finnish band Ikuinen Kaamos. I adore them, and I always thought it'd be perfect for fans of Enslaved and Borknagar, and Opeth for that matter.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 2:14 pm 
 

Okay, another question for you all-which Thyrfing album to get first? Everyone seems to like vannsinesvisor the most, but I've heard samples from urkraft that seem better-in that they're more upbeat and folk-influenced, which I actually like more. Suggestions?

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Smoking_Gnu wrote:
Okay, another question for you all-which Thyrfing album to get first? Everyone seems to like vannsinesvisor the most, but I've heard samples from urkraft that seem better-in that they're more upbeat and folk-influenced, which I actually like more. Suggestions?


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Smoking_Gnu wrote:
Okay, another question for you all-which Thyrfing album to get first? Everyone seems to like vannsinesvisor the most, but I've heard samples from urkraft that seem better-in that they're more upbeat and folk-influenced, which I actually like more. Suggestions?

I thought Vannsinesvisor was really uneven. Some parts I thought were brilliant and others I thought were fucking terrible. Some of it just sounds way too forced. I actually think their debut is their best album, although I'm not a big fan of them overall.

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mirons
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 4:53 am 
 

Toing wrote:
samekh wrote:
Toing wrote:
I'm looking for folk metal in the vein of Storm (Nor), Isengard (Nor) and Otyg (Swe), basically mid-paced, riff-based folk metal with clean vocals. Anyone know any such bands?


Heidevolk and Metsatoll. Odroerir is one of my favorites, but I wouldn't call their music riff-based. Beautiful vocal harmonies on "Gotterlieder," though.

Perhaps you would also like Grimm, although there are occasional shrieky vocals. When the vocalist isn't shrieking, it sounds quite like Storm to my ears.


Holy shit! Thanks!!! Metsatöll and Grimm really hit the spot!

Heidevolk are really good too. I've heard of them before, but never properly checked them out.


EDIT: I'm going to second whoever mentioned Runic somewhere above


The last time I heard Metsatoll live (end of June) they sounded even more riff-oriented than before; it was more like folk-thrash.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:13 am 
 

Smoking_Gnu wrote:
Okay, another question for you all-which Thyrfing album to get first? Everyone seems to like vannsinesvisor the most, but I've heard samples from urkraft that seem better-in that they're more upbeat and folk-influenced, which I actually like more. Suggestions?


The first three Thyrfing albums (self-titled, Valdr Galga, and Urkraft) are more "upbeat" Viking metal stuff. I prefer Urkraft out of the three of them. The first album is good except for the sound quality, and Valdr Galga is also a solid choice (except for the annoying porno sample in "A Moment In Valhalla").

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 11:57 am 
 

Call_From_The_Tower wrote:
Smoking_Gnu wrote:
Okay, another question for you all-which Thyrfing album to get first? Everyone seems to like vannsinesvisor the most, but I've heard samples from urkraft that seem better-in that they're more upbeat and folk-influenced, which I actually like more. Suggestions?

I thought Vannsinesvisor was really uneven. Some parts I thought were brilliant and others I thought were fucking terrible. Some of it just sounds way too forced. I actually think their debut is their best album, although I'm not a big fan of them overall.


Yeah, I'm noticing that right now. Some good stuff, but it doesn't really help that the vocals drown out the keyboards/folky stuff far too often.

Urkraft is fucking amazing though. Guess I'll get Valdr Galga next.

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Call_From_The_Tower wrote:
I thought Vannsinesvisor was really uneven. Some parts I thought were brilliant and others I thought were fucking terrible. Some of it just sounds way too forced.


It seemed to me that the English-language songs on Vansinnesvisor were awful (especially "The Voyager," perhaps the worst Thyrfing song ever), while most of the Swedish-language songs were good. That's why I was glad when they did all Swedish-language songs on Farsotstider.

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samekh wrote:
Call_From_The_Tower wrote:
I thought Vannsinesvisor was really uneven. Some parts I thought were brilliant and others I thought were fucking terrible. Some of it just sounds way too forced.


It seemed to me that the English-language songs on Vansinnesvisor were awful (especially "The Voyager," perhaps the worst Thyrfing song ever), while most of the Swedish-language songs were good. That's why I was glad when they did all Swedish-language songs on Farsotstider.


Interestingly enough, I was jamming out to that song when I read that. I found the last two tracks on vann. to be the weakest, personally.

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samekh wrote:
Call_From_The_Tower wrote:
I thought Vannsinesvisor was really uneven. Some parts I thought were brilliant and others I thought were fucking terrible. Some of it just sounds way too forced.


It seemed to me that the English-language songs on Vansinnesvisor were awful (especially "The Voyager," perhaps the worst Thyrfing song ever), while most of the Swedish-language songs were good. That's why I was glad when they did all Swedish-language songs on Farsotstider.


Vansinnesvisor was awesome, and as a swede I hate most harsh vocals in swedish. It usually sounds pretentious and bad, and the lyrics themselves tend to suck. Månegarm has done some REALLY atrocious stuff in particular if you can understand what they're singing (cheesy as hell).

Thyrfing, the last Armagedda album and Mörk Gryning are axceptions though.

Hoping for the upcoming one to sound just as good as Farsotstider... :headbang:
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Just would like to say I saw Finntroll last night, and they were fucking AWESOME! War-kilts, war-paint and beer aplenty!
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