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NÍU: Blood of the Amali (Ásaland Metal Cut)

by Draugablíkk

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“NÍU: Blood of the Amali (Ásaland Metal Cut)” is Draugablíkk’s debut album and includes nine tracks that are inspired by Scandinavian and Eurasian history, shamanic philosophies of the great steppes, and last — but certainly not least — by Norse and Gothic sagas and myth, and also by Slavic and Scythian chroniclers.

The number nine is significant in the Old Norse myths, as made evident by Odin — who sacrificed himself, to himself, on the tree of life Yggdrasil for nine days and nights, until the secret of the runes was revealed to him. Further, the sagas describe how Thor takes nine steps and falls to the ground dead after he fought his last fight with the Midgard Serpent at Ragnarok (Ragnarök). Heimdall, who is the guardian of the rainbow bridge Bifrost, was born by nine sisters — an event echoed in the nine daughters of the sea-goddess Rán, who rules the oceans.

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released June 19, 2020

Draugablíkk is a musical, cultural, and historical project whose boreo-pagan folk sound blends traditional Scandinavian instruments and arrangements with Eastern influences such as ancient throat-singing and sky father shamanism.

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

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Draugablíkk is a musical, cultural, and historical project whose boreo-pagan folk sound blends traditional Scandinavian instruments and arrangements with Eastern influences such as ancient throat-singing and sky father shamanism.

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