Style: Nordic Folk
Release date: October 29th 2010
Playing time: 50:01

Did you ever stand at the waters edge gazing out from shore into the tumultuous waters of the north sea, wishing you had some music for the occasion?

Well then you, dear reader are in luck. Because that music is Fejd let me just tell you right now. It has nothing to do with metal, but has to do with the spirit of a great deal of Scandinavian metal. It captures the sense of the great north from the vast cliff ranges to the rolling streams and rivers. Evocative and epic, yet it does not sound as though it's trying, but rather this is simply how it is. Get this album for the cold Nordic winter nights ahead. You will not regret it.

Close your eyes and you can faintly sense the young maidens dancing around the fire, imagine the sizzling of fat dripping from an animal roasting on a spit and taste the sharp sweetness of homebrewed mead. Maybe Vikings float your boat (pun SO intended) or, maybe you just need some music to LARP to.

So in conclusion - it's not metal but it is good.


01. Drengen och krakan (3:58)
02. Farsot (4:42)
03. Jungfru i hindhamn (4:37)
04. Alvas Halling (2:43)
05. Arv (6:57)
06. Ejfur (3:46)
07. Ledung (4:42)
08. Gryning (4:45)
09. Varstav (1:43)
10. Aring. (4:47)
11. Yggdrasil. (3:16)
12. Trollfard (4:39)

Label: Napalm Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Andy Wolfe
Date: October 22nd 2010
Website: www.fejd.se