GLITTERTIND To Dedicate EP To Norwegian Freedom Fighters

GLITTERTIND, the Norwegian one-man project featuring 19-year-old Torbjørn Sandvik, will release an EP dedicated to Norwegian freedom fighters througout the ages. The EP will be issued in April 2005 and it will celebrate Norway's 100 years of independence. "It will also hopefully be an inspiration to the ones that still fight against the EU," reads a posting on the project's web site. "Economical liberalism is not freedom or the same as independence. It is the opposite!"

GLITTERTIND's debut album, "Evige Asatro", was released in August through Karmageddon Media sub-label New Aeon Media. Citing influences from folk music, punk, metal, hard rock and old national romantic art, tales and traditions from Scandinavia, "Evige Asatro" was produced, mixed and mastered by Torbjørn Sandvik during 2001-2002 (except "Norges Skaal" which was recorded spring-2004). According to a posting on the project's web site, "this album represents the work [of] a 16- and 17-year-old boy spellbound by mother nature and Scandinavian art, culture, tales and traditions..."


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