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Meet √Ąnterbila, the most recent addition to the Nordvis community. Their self-titled debut album is a conceptual homage to the struggles of the 18th to 20th-century peasantry in their home country of Sweden. The anguish and fury of the downtrodden are embedded in every fibre of a musical score ranging from - and transcending - what would traditionally be categorized as black and folk metal. Lurking amidst the metallic darkness are passages featuring violin, acoustic guitar, and traditional arrangements. This formula has produced a collection of songs deeply imbued with that wistful, sinister, and folkloric feeling present in various Nordic masterpieces by the likes of Storm, Isengard, Taake, Panphage, and Arckanum.
Meet √Ąnterbila, the most recent addition to the Nordvis community. Their self-titled debut album is a conceptual homage to the struggles of the 18th to 20th-century peasantry in their home country of Sweden. The anguish and fury of the downtrodden are embedded in every fibre of a musical score ranging from - and transcending - what would traditionally be categorized as black and folk metal. Lurking amidst the metallic darkness are passages featuring violin, acoustic guitar, and traditional arrangements. This formula has produced a collection of songs deeply imbued with that wistful, sinister, and folkloric feeling present in various Nordic masterpieces by the likes of Storm, Isengard, Taake, Panphage, and Arckanum.
7350142980085

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Format: CD
Label: NORDVIS
Rel. Date: 12/02/2022
UPC: 7350142980085

Anterbila
Artist: Anterbila
Format: CD
New: Available $23.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Vallåt FRÅN Gnarp
2. Hemlängtan
3. 1704
4. Torparens Dotter
5. Södermanland
6. Vita Piskan
7. √Ąntergast
8. Nattens Gåvolott

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Meet √Ąnterbila, the most recent addition to the Nordvis community. Their self-titled debut album is a conceptual homage to the struggles of the 18th to 20th-century peasantry in their home country of Sweden. The anguish and fury of the downtrodden are embedded in every fibre of a musical score ranging from - and transcending - what would traditionally be categorized as black and folk metal. Lurking amidst the metallic darkness are passages featuring violin, acoustic guitar, and traditional arrangements. This formula has produced a collection of songs deeply imbued with that wistful, sinister, and folkloric feeling present in various Nordic masterpieces by the likes of Storm, Isengard, Taake, Panphage, and Arckanum.
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