The Myths Are Real

Draugablíkk is a Russo-Nordic music project whose folk sound blends traditional Scandinavian instruments with Eastern influences such as ancient throat-singing. We draw inspiration from the oldest of the Norse myths, Gothunnu history, Scythian warfare, and Vedic wisdom.

The past often bring danger, intrigue, dread, and blood feud — a world of forgotten wonder and shamanic mystery; a journey into the past where only the brave will survive, and only the lucky can prosper.

In the wake of the primeval Hyperboreans and the mythological realms of Aratta, from the Arctic circle to Mediterranean shores, on thundering hooves through old Europe and ancient Persia, onto the Great Eurasian steppes and beyond; Draugablíkk will reveal a forgotten world and rediscover the secrets it has cloaked for too long.

But Draugablíkk is more than music and art and culture. It is an egregore in the making, slowly establishing itself by creating invigorating fiction and art, based on authentic mythologies in which lies the initial origin of our creation. Without a meaningful understanding of the past, future generations will be unable to discover their true purpose or see they are capable individuals standing on the shoulders of giants — born of the Old Gods, ready to build a better future.

Notable members include mythologist, co-lyricist, and visual look-lead Vinithor “Amajarl” Amal, co-lyricist, composer, and lead-singer Valgam “Galdrabragi” Akatziri, and Sigrún “Seidrsunna” Spákona who provides vocals and folk instrumentation.

“Draugablíkk is much more than music, art, and culture. It is an egregore in the making.” — Vinithor Amal

Not all are born with the spark of Draugablíkk or truth-seeker rune-sight. Thus, the task at hand falls on those who have it. To us, the world is a very different place: we can sense the ancestral ghosts that surround us, the sleeping giants in the hills, and the great beasts and deities that others dismiss as legend. ᛟ




Hermóðr and Sleipnir boldly deliver news from the far reaches of Ásaland.