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Tuesday Althing: Lumsk — I trollehender

As promised, here’s the fourth track from the album Asmund Frægdegjaevar by the Norwegian band Lumsk. My apologies — there’s in fact no real video, but I don’t think you’ll miss it because this song kicks ASS! From the liner notes, here’s what I trollehender is about:

In the realm of the trolls
Asmund enters the first hall which is dripping with blood and squirming with serpents. In the second hall he spots a large cauldron, and the third hall has beds made with silk sheets. Asmund falls asleep on one of the beds.

Witness:

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4 responses

  1. Hey, Dave!

    I’ve been lurking, checking out the music and stuff, and though I don’t understand a word of the language, I’m digging the sounds. Thanks for sharing.

    By the way, late as it may be, I’m at work on a review of the first issue of HFQ.

    September 2, 2009 at 1:23 pm

  2. I don’t understand any of the lyrics either but, like the music, the words just sound cool. Glad you’re digging it.

    Hope you enjoyed the first issue of HFQ. I can’t believe we’re already less than a month away from publishing our second issue! Holla when you post your review — favorable or un. Suggestions for improvements are appreciated.

    September 2, 2009 at 9:54 pm

  3. Oops! Didn’t tell you when I posted, but you got there, anyway.

    I’m SO pumped that you guys are putting out the magazine, and I really do look forward to the next issue. As for suggestions, doesn’t look like you need ’em! (But I’ll let you know — mwah-ha-ha!)

    September 4, 2009 at 9:51 pm

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