Grom Records- 2015- Denmark
3 years have passed since the release of the last release of Fjorsvatnir from Denmark and now we are finally able to enjoy a new release. The musical approach has changed a bit since then and now it is way more mature. Also, this time, the album is even a bit more aggressive, but the folk elements in the vein of Windir havent perished. There are 8 songs here on this album of which some are still very close to the material of the previous album. Ravneskrig og Ulvehyl shows right from the beginning that this material s from Fjorsvatnir, while the next song here called Nordens Genostandelse has a certain Dark Funeral speed in it but with some atmospheric and slower parts. Mzoraxc Modet Med Underverdenen is very interesting and in my opinion the most interesting song here on this release. It has a very atmospheric opening and later the music continues with a sharp riff. This album ends with an instrumental called Valkyrie which reminds me a bit of the Summoning song Where Hope And Daylights Die.