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Tänk På Döden XVI: Wardruna

Wardruna (NO)

Wardruna is a Norwegian music group founded by Einar Kvitrafn Selvik. In 2009 Wardruna enchanted their listeners with their mesmerizing debut album ‘gap var Ginnunga’, which also was the first part of a planned trilogy. In the ensuing years the group have spent a lot of time on adapting their music to a live format and establishing a live band. This resulting in a handful of very special concerts, perhaps most notably when they performed in front of the majestic 1100-year-old Gokstad ship at the Viking Ship Museum in Norway.

With the use of the oldest of Nordic instruments and poetic metres as well as lyrics written in Norwegian, Old Norse and Proto-Norse tongue, Wardruna is now, after nearly three years in the making, finally...

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Draugurinn is a ritual ambient project from Partille, Sweden.

Draugurinn was born during the winter of 2008 and has since then released three albums, as well as individual songs written for releases with Panphage, Skogen and Nawaharjan. The creations are usually results of ritual acts where shaman drums, bones, the sounds of nature and vocals acts as instruments. She finds her inspiration in the wisdom of Nature, the old ones and among the shadows.

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Einar Selvik (NO)

Einar Selvik, also known by his stage name Kvitrafn (born in 1979 in Bergen, Norway) is a Norwegian musician known for being the drummer in the black metal band Gorgoroth from 2000 to 2004,and for fronting the Nordic folk project Wardruna, founded in 2003 and also including Gorgoroth's ex-vocalist Gaahl. Selvik and Wardruna's soundtrack work for the History Channel television show Vikings has earned him international prominence, and he also appeared as an actor on the show.

Selvik has also recorded with other bands, including Det Hedenske Folk, Mortify, Bak de Syv Fjell, Jotunspor, Sahg and Dead to this World.

On March 1, 2016, A Piece for Mind & Mirror by Skuggsjá, a collaboration between Kvitrafn and Enslaved's Iv...

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