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Words from the Dead

Ofärd

Type:
EP
Release date:
July 1st, 2012
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Unknown
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1. Words from the Dead (The Living Won't Listen) 04:30  
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2. Völvans spådom 03:53  
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Band members
Morten Gråfäll Nyckelharpa, Säckpipa, Programming
Segersäll Vocals, Guitars, Irish Bouzouki, Jew's harp, Hurdy-gurdy, Månmarkapipa, Shawm, Hulusi, Tin whistle
Guest/Session
Matias Taubas Oyola Bass
Pablo Taubas Oyola Drums
Pablo Monteys Saxophone
Johanna Ribnikov Gunnarsson Vocals (backing), Völva interpretation
Miscellaneous staff
Rodrigo Gudiña Sound Producer, Engineering
Sebastián Manta Mixing, Mastering
Jorge Perini Engineering
Sergio Ribnikov Gunnarsson Layout, Artwork
Morten Gråfäll Layout, Artwork
Morten Gråfäll Nyckelharpa, Säckpipa, Programming
Segersäll Vocals, Guitars, Irish Bouzouki, Jew's harp, Hurdy-gurdy, Månmarkapipa, Shawm, Hulusi, Tin whistle
Matias Taubas Oyola Bass
Pablo Taubas Oyola Drums
Pablo Monteys Saxophone
Johanna Ribnikov Gunnarsson Vocals (backing), Völva interpretation
Rodrigo Gudiña Sound Producer, Engineering
Sebastián Manta Mixing, Mastering
Jorge Perini Engineering
Sergio Ribnikov Gunnarsson Layout, Artwork
Morten Gråfäll Layout, Artwork
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Originally released online as a 2-track album in 2012.

Physical Release/Deluxe Edition (also availabel on Bandcamp) in 2013 with a bonus track:
3. Man of Iron (Bathory cover) 03:47

Loops used in Völvans Spådom by Jens Engelbrecht and Peo Drangert (“Scandinavian Roots Vol. 1”)

The cover illustrates a Völva (an alleged seer and practicant of seið) holding a staff that resembles the Viking Age artifact (SHM inventory no. 25840) found in Klinta, Öland, in 1957. The raised stones and surrounding nature capture the essence of the typical cultural landscape seen in Southern Öland. The original painting was made by contemporary artist Martin Enrique Pelozo ([email protected]) especially for this single.

Recording information:

Recorded during May/June 2012 at Gråborg Studios and La Nave de Oseberg Studios.

Added by: Dexter Modified by: Murmur_666
Added on: 2013-11-15 15:07:40 Last modified on: 2016-05-18 06:40:29