Frostbrand - Eines Bildnis Tracht
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The lush A5 digipak! The third album by the Thuringian pagan metal act might appeal to WINTERSUN fans.
Epic whispers of the wind before the great roll of thunder. This aptly describes the music of the Thuringian four-piece. With lots of attack, sophisticated riffing and heroic melodies Fimbulvet irresistibly burst forward through Metal scene. After more than ten years of existence, they offer their very own interpretation of primordial Pagan Metal today. Without hesitation they specifically apply several elements from Power and Thrash Metal.
Fimbulvet know how to draw attention, dramatically presenting an atmospheric opus, which will address a big fan base being presented by live shows. The album will be also be released as a A5-Digi CD limited to 500 copies.
Du magazine Nuclear Blast:
"Successful fast-paced interplay between exalted, catchy melodies and conceptual aggressiveness." (Jürgen Winterheller)
Folk Metal Mag (AT):
“With „Frostbrand - Eines Bildnis Tracht“ FIMBULVET secure Thuringia´s supremacy in German Pagan Metal.“ (Wallace)
Metallian Mag (F):
“More thrash than folk, first. A punch in the face ! There's a unity between voices / lyrics & themes / music.” (Gregory Moigne)
"On their new album FIMBULVET can score mainly by uniting epics and brutality in the finest tradition of German Pagan Metal, to which the refined application of multifaceted clean vocals is a great addition." (Eller)
Bleeding4Metal Mag :
"In terms of lyrics as well as the music you can observe the Thuringian horde´s close association to history and mystique. FIMBULVET not only combine their Pagan Metal with folky elements, but also add driving Power Metal riffs, which gives the new album "Frostbrand - Eines Bildnis Tracht" very dynamic feel." (Krümel)
Dark Festivals Mag:
“For Pagan Metal fans Frostbrand - Eines Bildnis Tracht" is an album absolutely worth listening to.” (Stefan Frühauf)