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Album: Runaljod Ragnarok

Artist: Wardruna

  • Genre: Worldwide
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 By Norse Music

Tracklist For Runaljod Ragnarok By Artist Wardruna

Title Artist Time
1
Tyr Wardruna 6:28 USD 1.29
2
UruR Wardruna 10:09 USD Album Only
3
Isa Wardruna 7:11 USD 1.29
4
MannaR: Drivande Wardruna 4:07 USD 1.29
5
MannaR: Liv Wardruna 5:11 USD 1.29
6
Raido Wardruna 4:45 USD 1.29
7
Pertho Wardruna 2:16 USD 1.29
8
Odal Wardruna 5:29 USD 1.29
9
Wunjo Wardruna 5:18 USD 1.29
10
Runaljod Wardruna 7:34 USD 1.29

Reviews For Runaljod Ragnarok By Artist Wardruna

  • Runs the gamut

    5
    By Take Scalps
    Songs both energetic as well as calming. The best so far. Looking forward to the new album.
  • Good

    5
    By shaveers
    Lovely
  • Wardruna!!!

    5
    By Lone_Wolf87
    These albums honestly give me chills while listening can’t get enough!
  • Shocking

    5
    By bucksatanthe666shooter
    I ran across this randomly. Incredibly powerful work. Beautiful, melancholy, and almost a voce out of the past. I really can't recommend this enough. Teutonic Sturm und Drang at its finest. Incredible on all levels.
  • Emotional, powerful, epic, legendary, viking.

    5
    By Kit Karamak
    I typically listen to metal. All shades of metal, post-prog, djent, doom, death, thrash and trash, power metal, opera metal, folk metal… even hardcore, post hardcore, groove metal, black metal... Maybe I’m just attracted to the epic Ness of drum grooves, as I am a drummer. But I don’t always listen to metal. I have a love for classic rock, I love swing, big band, anything throughout the 20s, 30s, and 40s. I occasionally listen to certain flavorings opera. I like 90s Indie. And, on occasion, I dabble in the world genre. This Music is amazing. It speaks to me on a very primal level. At the beginning of no shave November, I bought this album. I played it in my sleep, and woke up with an epic Viking beard, because it is just that epic. You will want to play this on an epic sound system like a large house stereo, a nice car radio, a nice set of headphones ... a PA system ... the subs at the IMAX theater... Just don’t play it on a tiny little keychain speaker at the office, on a low volume setting. This needs to be blasted, so you feel the epic lows, horns, and drums in your chest. Listen to ODAL’s preview. You will instantly understand my meaning. This is music to be heard AND felt. If Klingons were real, they would prefer THIS on their “Earth Music Playlist.” This is mighty music that turns a scrappy boy into a manly warrior. Ladies, don’t worry, you won’t grow a beard or become more manly. However, you may transform into a valkyrie. No one will judge you for that.
  • Odin level

    5
    By JoeyandTabitha
    You're music makes men into Men again.
  • Epic

    5
    By MadHatterwock
    I am a recently new fan of Wardruna and loved their first two albums. "Runaljod Ragnarok" has to be the greastest so far. It's drivingly powerful on a deeply spiritual and primal level. I purchased this album just a few days ago and I swear that I haven't listened to anything else but this. It is earthy and raw but so breathtakingly beautiful at the same time. "Odal" has to be one of my absolute favorites, though there isn't a single track that I wouldn't play on repeat. It makes my heart pound and swell with joy and strength. I have never truly been moved by music quite like I have been with this. It resonates on such a very deep level. This album is absolutely perfect. The songs transition smoothly while remaining singular and unique. This is pure artistry of another time and world. Thank you for giving us something so powerful. Blessed be.
  • Not their best work

    3
    By NO MORE TOKENS!!!!
    I'm a huge fan of Wardruna and their originality and ability to transport you on a journey through their music. In all honesty, this latest album is somewhat disappointing. It's missing that dark beauty that I fell in love with. Still worth a listen but pails in comparison to the first 2 albums.
  • Possibly The Greatest Album In Existence

    5
    By Sadochki
    An epic album
  • great

    5
    By Galactic Human
    profound and beautiful, deeply moving. i love it.

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