Moonsorrow - Jumalten Aika

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Release date: 1 April 2016
Style: Viking folk metal


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01. Jumalten Aika
02. Ruttolehto Incl. Päivättömän Päivän Kansa
03. Suden Tunti
04. Mimisbrunn
05. Ihmisen Aika (Kumarrus Pimeyteen)
06. Soulless [Grave cover] [bonus]
07. Non Serviam [Rotting Christ cover] [bonus]

The Best Folk / Pagan / Viking Metal Album Of 2016
Top 20 albums of 2016: 5

Ville Seponpoika Sorvali - vocals, bass
Markus Eurén - keyboards
Henri Sorvali - guitars, keyboards
Mitja Harvilahti - guitars
Marko Tarvonen - drums

Additional info
Recorded 9-10/15 at Finnvox, Sonic Pump & In The Woods Studios
Mixed 10-11/15 at Tico Tico Studio
Mastered 12/15 at Finnvox Studio

Staff review by
Dream Taster
Sharpen your wooden spear and brush your bear pelt, epic heathen metal is making a comeback with the return of one of the most famous Finnish bands out there, Moonsorrow. It has been five years already since the dark sonic haunts of Varjoina Kuljemme Kuolleiden Maassa so the release of Jumalten Aika does feel like a return in earnest. Meaning "The Age of Gods", their latest offering is a true rebirth of that larger-than-life pagan metal sound.

published 27.03.2016 | Comments (15)

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23.11.2017 - 02:39
Rating: 7
Weirdo of MS
^Indeed. I love later Moonsorrow because of its bmness approach to folk metal.
I feel like a lot of people here judge them based on the earlier albums which were generic af, but from 2005 onwards Moonsorrow is one of my favs
26.01.2018 - 00:57
Rating: 9
First time listening to this band, did not expect something like this, damn. Great Soulless cover too.

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