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NÍU - Blood of the Amali (Ásaland Metal Cut)

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NÍU: Blood of the Amali (Ásaland Metal Cut) is Draugablíkk’s debut album and includes nine tracks inspired by Scandinavian history and more than a few “shamanic philosophies” of the great Eurasian steppe. The album also contains streaks of Proto-Norse, Gothic, Scythian, and Vedic culture, archeology, and folklore.

NÍU: The number nine is significant in the Old Norse myths, as made evident by Óðinn (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.

NÍU: The Icelandic sagas also describe how Þórr (Thor) takes nine steps and falls to the ground dead after he fought his last fight with the Miðgarðsormr (Midgard Serpent) at Ragnarǫkkr (Ragnarök).

NÍU: Heimdallr (Heimdall) is the guardian of the rainbow bridge Bifrost. He was born by nine sisters, an event echoed in the nine daughters of the sea-goddess Rán, who rules the ocean and its waves.


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released June 19, 2020

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Draugablíkk Sweden

Draugablíkk is a Russo-Nordic neofolk band that blends Scandinavian sounds and mythology with Eastern musical traditions like throat-singing. ᛟ

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