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Wardruna:
Runaljod - Yggdrasil

Wardruna's newest album and the second part in the Runaljod trilogy.

The digibook CD includes an exclusive 32 page booklet with unabridged lyrics (and translations), liner notes and illustrations.

The LP edition consists of two vinyl records housed in a triple gatefold sleeve with lyrics, liner notes and artwork on the inner panels.

Both the standard jewel case CD (which we don't sell here) and download editions comes with with a 12-page booklet.

160 NOK - CD (DIGIBOOK)
75 NOK - DOWNLOAD






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Wardruna:
Runaljod - gap var Ginnunga

Wardruna's debut album and the first part in the Runaljod trilogy.

Visit the ‘gap var Ginnunga’ site to find out more about the album.

The LP edition consists of two 180-gram heavyweight vinyl records (available in either black or white) housed in a triple gatefold sleeve which also contains a 24-page booklet with lyrics, liner notes, photos and artwork.

Both the CD and download editions comes with with the same 24-page booklet, but in a smaller format of course.

200 NOK - LP (sold out)
140 NOK - CD
55 NOK - DOWNLOAD






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Jotunspor: Gleipnirs smeder

When asked to do a ‘noisy’ black metal record for Cold Spring Records, King (Gorgoroth, Sahg etc.) and Kvitrafn (Wardruna, Sigfader, ex-Gorgoroth etc.) teamed up and formed Jotunspor (tracks/traces of giants). Musically their debut album ‘Gleipnirs smeder’ binds grim and primitive black metal together with elements of noisy dark-ambient, while the concept of Jotunspor is strongly fundamented in the old Norse cults and beliefs.

‘Glepnirs Smeder’ (The Forgers of Gleipnir) explores some of the incidents surrounding the creation of the world and Ragnarok - the ultimate doom/transformation. The chain Gleipnir, its forgers from the depths of Svartalvheim and Fenris - the chained jotun-wolf are some of the most important themes on this album where all lyrics are sung in Norwegian and Old Norse tongue. Produced and engineered in Norway by Kvitrafn and released in April 2006 through Satanas Rex, a newly formed subdivision of legendary noise imprint Cold Spring.

In 2008 the long-awaited vinyl version of ‘Gleipnirs smeder’ was released via Temple of Darkness Records.

Both the picture disc version and the regular vinyl version of the album comes in a matte heavyweight gatefold jacket.