06:42 - psykometal So, like a Body Count thing? :P
04:57 - 3rdWorld Dayum, Death Grips begin their latest record with a thrash hip hop track. Sounds really awful in words but they really do make it work.
04:54 - 3rdWorld I really thought it could be from the 80's but damn thats a '12 record. Nice artist but that doesn't count out Kendrick for me.
04:45 - Apothecary Which makes sense in part, as he is from Zimbabwe by birth (hence Mugabe on that album cover)
04:45 - Apothecary Ehhh... different strokes, but I'd take Billy Woods over Kendrick any day. He is does some of the BEST sociopolitical hip hop out there imo. Profound comments on the effects of imperialism and colonialism
04:42 - 3rdWorld Good alternative hip hop track. Sounds exactly like a precursor to something that Kendrick is doing. :)
Icelandic viking folk metallers Skálmöld have recently released a new single entitled "Að vori" and you can spin it out right now at this location. Was it right up your alley? Tell us about your impressions. The song is taken from the band's upcoming new opus Með Vættum, which is set to be released on November 14th in Europe (Germany/Austria/Switzerland) and November 25th in the United States under Napalm Records.
Iceland's own Skálmöld are preparing to release their third studio album. Their brand new album will be titled Með Vættum and will be released worldwide via Napalm Records later this year. You can already see the cover artwork and tracklist as well to get introduced to the album.
This could be an interesting tour. Swiss metallers Eluveitie have confirmed an European headlining tour. They will be back on the road this fall, with their brand new album in tow. Also, they will bring Arkona as well as Skálmöld along for the ride. This European tour is in support of the successor of the acclaimed Helvetios. Who is going to see them on this tour?
Iceland's folk metallers Skálmöld have posted new video for the song "Gleipnir" online. You can watch it through the YouTube player below. "Gleipnir" appears on their latest output Börn Loka released last October via Napalm Records. Filmmaker Bowen Staines directed the video which tells the full story told on Börn Loka in six minutes. The story of the peasant Hilmar Baldursson and his pact with Óðinn, Loki and Loki's children and combines it with the beautiful harshness of Icelandic nature.
Icelandic viking folk metallers Skálmöld, together with their record label Napalm Records, have released a preview of Börn Loka (Loki's Children), the band's new upcoming second effort that will hit stores on October 26th. Check it out below to get a taste of what to expect.
"Narfi", a new track from viking folk metallers Skálmöld is now streaming online. You can listen to it below. This is the first song released from the band's upcoming album Börn Loka, which is due out on October 26th, 2012 through Napalm Records. More album details were previously reported here and here.
Napalm Records and Skálmöld have revealed the artwork to be featured on the band's upcoming second album Börn Loka, which we now know it will be released on October 26th. The artwork can be seen below. The viking folk metallers had also previously released the album's tracklist here.
Iceland's own viking metallers Skálmöld have released a short update about their upcoming album titled Börn Loka via their Facebook page and revealed the tracklist for the new album, which can be seen below. Börn Loka is expected to be released through Napalm Records later this year.
After signing with Napalm Records, Icelandic viking folk metallers Skálmöld have now, according to their Facebook page, begun aligning riffs for a new album. The new album will be the follow-up to 2010's Baldur and it will be released via Napalm Records.
Short statement from the band: "Laying low and creating new material, loads of riffs in the making. Can I get a 'Hell Yeah' to that!?"
The bloodthirsty and fearless warriors of Skálmöld have joined the Napalm militia and are ready for battle! The Viking Metal's sextet first album will be released worldwide this summer!
The band commented: "We see this partnership with Napalm Records as a brotherhood - a brotherhood that will spread the true, Icelandic Viking spirit throughout the world. You should not go to war without allies and now, with Tutl Records on one side and Napalm Records on the other, Skálmöld is ready to fight all wars. Skál!"