|2. Under Isen||03:35|
|3. I Krig||08:40|
|4. Vaepna Lengsel||04:03|
|7. Dei Daude Steig av Grav||05:12|
|9. Millom Hav og Fjell||05:14|
|Total playing time||45:01|
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Comentário @ hack
16 Setembro 2009
This is the band's 3rd album. 3 members of this quartet were members of the band Windir, until Valfar, the band's leader died of exposure on a hiking trip during a Norwegian blizzard in January of 2004. They recorded this album in their own studio called Studio 1184. I Krig means at war in Norwegian. The album is about the Nazi occupation of Norway during World War II. The lyrics were taken from a Norwegian poetry collection from 1946, which was hard to translate into English. So the lyrics were written in Norwegian. This is a more diverse album than their previous albums. It displays moods of rage and sadness that come with a war in your homeland. Though the songs are pretty heavy, they are folkish, similar to Thyrfing or Taake. Some of the songs are faster than others, but they all rock. A violin or fiddle is used in some songs. It's got good rythm and a good beat throughout with a few flashy guitar solos. My favorite song is Jarnbyrd.