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Draugablíkk

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Draugablíkk

The myths are real. But is the world we live in?

Draugablíkk is an enigmatic neofolk act that blends Scandinavian sounds and mythology with Eastern musical traditions. Draugablíkk also draws inspiration from Norse myth, little-known yet true historical events, and Vedic wisdom. Learn More >


Wolves of Hyrkania (Gothunni Metal Cut)

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Released June 11, 2021 — Dubbed “migration era battle music” by fans, ‘Wolves of Hyrkania (Gothunni Metal Cut)’ is the metal version of Draugablíkk’s first concept EP.
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Wolves of Hyrkania (Aujum Unplugged)

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Released June 4, 2021 — Described as “migration era battle music” by fans, ‘Wolves of Hyrkania (Aujum Unplugged)’ is the neofolk cut of Draugablíkk’s first concept EP.
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Wolves of Hyrkania EP Announced

Draugablíkk set to release new three-track material in June.

May 16, 2021 — Again, Hermóðr has ridden Óðinn’s Sleipnir for nine days and nine nights, and he brought good news from Ásaland!

Our upcoming three-track concept EP will release in two versions, Wolves of Hyrkania (Aujum Unplugged) and Wolves of Hyrkania (Gothunni Metal Cut) in early June. Learn More >


Verjaseiðr

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Released December 12, 2020 — Verjaseiðr embraces the dark, the unknown, and connects with the other-worldly. Learn More >


Yngvi Tyrkja Konungr

VALGAM AKATZIRI

Released October 31, 2020 — Valgam Akatziri strikes out on his own — if only for a day — with a rather unexpected and uniquely sounding single.

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NÍU: Blood of the Amali (Ásaland Metal Cut)

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Released June 19, 2020 — “NÍU – Blood of the Amali (Ásaland Metal Cut)” is Draugablíkk’s debut album and includes nine folk metal tracks. Learn More >


Hel var Árheim (Norðrlandasaga)

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Released April 3, 2020 — Narrated in Old Norse, Draugablíkk’s first narrated release “Hel var Árheim (Norðrlandasaga)” is available now. Learn More >


ÞRÍR – Serpents in the Mist

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Released November 15, 2019 — Þrír (English: Three) is not only a significant number in Norse mythology.

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EÍN – Ættarbál

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Released October 18, 2019 — EÍN: Ættarbál includes two tracks: ‘Burial at Sea (Ættarbál)’ & ‘Hel var Árheim (Old Norse Poetry)’. Learn More >


HERMÓÐR AND SLEIPNIR DELIVER COURAGEOUS NEWS FROM THE FAR REACHES OF ÁSALAND. INSCRIBE YOURSELF TO STAY IN TOUCH.




HERMÓÐR AND SLEIPNIR DELIVER COURAGEOUS NEWS FROM THE FAR REACHES OF ÁSALAND. INSCRIBE YOURSELF TO STAY IN TOUCH.