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SKÁLMÖLD - Presents Lyric Video For The Track From Upcoming Album

Icelandic viking metal heroes Skálmöld present a new lyric video for the track "Sverðið", which is the very first one taken from their upcoming album Sorgir (eng.: sorrow). Skálmöld are known for their unique sound are taking you with "Sverðið" (eng.: sword) right into one of the four stories full of tragedy and death. But beware, there are two sides! As every story is told from two perspectives, first called "Sagnir" (tales) and second "Svipir" (ghosts), the last four songs of Sorgir will give you a different view of the previous experience.
While Skálmöld are currently playing their sold out shows together with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra (Sinfóníuhljómsveit Íslands) in their hometown Reykjavík in front of fans from 37 (!) different countries, you can be amongst the first ones to listen to "Sverðið"!
Skálmöld states: "We are happy to share with you the first single from our album Sorgir. This quite folky  song is an epic tale of a brave viking fighting a battle and winning against the odds, until his sword brakes in half and he is killed."
Sorgir is a dark, cold and tragic album dealing with Icelandic myths of superstition, shadows, spectre and despair. Look elsewhere for something light, warm and comforting! Soaring melodies, folk elements and harsh outbursts remind of the chilly beauty of Skálmöld`s home country – Iceland, the eternal and awe-inspiring source of inspiration for neckbreakers such as "Gangari" and the gripping epic "Mara". Sorgir will be released on 12th October through Napalm Records. Link