Heimdallr (6:08)

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  • ArrTheMesia


    13. Dez. 2013 Antworten

    Epic song writing

    5. Nov. 2011 Antworten
  • azas_haciendun

    True epic

    7. Okt. 2011 Antworten
  • nospr

    The quality is perfect [2]

    26. Jul. 2011 Antworten
  • Ragnolypse

    gulp of fresh air

    11. Sep. 2010 Antworten
  • Nackengesicht

    fvcking awesome! vertebrae is nothing compared to the good old stuff they´ve done....

    7. Apr. 2010 Antworten

    The quality is perfect. Poppy quality would just ruin it.

    11. Dez. 2009 Antworten
  • Nyrepose

    I want to hear this in better quality..

    5. Aug. 2009 Antworten
  • Alfonso_Gatsu

    I love this song, specially in the Yggdrasill demo

    15. Jun. 2009 Antworten
  • ObscuraHessian

    The lyrics are static descriptions of the Norse God, screamed over blasting passages that emphasise intensity and energy at every moment. Listen to that solo. It's very simple, merely ascending, to create the illusion that the song is getting faster beyond the musicians' abilities. Then the song goes quiet on the vocal/lyrics front, and the other instruments enter a slow transitional phase before that beautiful melodic riff. It sounds like the music is becoming Heimdallr, with the opening riffs idealising a warlike struggle through life in order to become more like a god, calling out to Heimdallr as that archetypal deity in particular. During that transitional phase, the bass creates this very hollow effect that resembles 'going beyond' that material struggle and the final riff is acheiving the state of Heimdallr. Then the song returns to the battlefield, only, the last enunciation of 'Heimdallr' is extended as if to say this process of overcoming is ever ascending.

    26. Mai. 2009 Antworten