SWORDBEARER: New Song Posted Online
A new track entitled "On Idavoll They Gather" by the New Jersey-based "epic folk metal" project SWORDBEARER is now available for streaming on SWORDBEARER's MySpace page.
SWORDBEARER is the solo project of Rhode "Revenge" Rachel, the vocalist for the black metal band MORTUM. Rhode has been working with SWORDBEARER since the spring of 2004 and is preparing to release his debut album, "Inspired by the Trees".
The tentative track listing is as follows:
01. Wotan's Call
02. Heart of Nightborn Fury
03. On Idavoll They Gather
04. Rivers of Beer
05. Horns of Battle, Horns of Mead
06. Beer Before Battle
07. As Night Winds Lash the Grievous Dawn
08. Inspired by the Trees
09. A Fine Day to Die (BATHORY cover)
Rhode's band MORTUM is about to go into the studio to record its full-length album, "Awakening of the Primordial Spirit". A few of the group's demo songs are available for streaming on the MORTUM MySpace page.
SWORDBEARER's "homemade" video for the song "They Came by Wind and Sail" can be viewed below.
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