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Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Fortid's debut album, the release of "Völuspá" as a 3CD large-format artbook unites the band's first three albums: "Völuspá Part I: Thor's Anger" (2003), "Völuspá Part II: The Arrival Of Fenris" (2007) and "VöluspáPart III: Fall Of The Ages" (2010). These albums, forming a conceptual trilogy, are herewith brought together on one release for the first time. Three bonus tracks were added to each album, and in addition the first two albums were remastered by Einar "Eldur" Thorberg Gudmundsson. The artbook contains 60 pages and impresses at first glance with it's hardcover, which is finished with golden hotfoil. The content of the artbook includes introductions by Kari Palsson and Einar "Eldur" Thorberg Gudmundsson, all lyrics in original language and in English translation, essays on the band's history and numerous visual material from each creative period of Fortid. "Völuspá" is an impressive monument to these milestones of Icelandic Pagan Black Metal, which honors the importance of the first three Fortid albums.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Fortid's debut album, the release of "Völuspá" as a 3CD large-format artbook unites the band's first three albums: "Völuspá Part I: Thor's Anger" (2003), "Völuspá Part II: The Arrival Of Fenris" (2007) and "VöluspáPart III: Fall Of The Ages" (2010). These albums, forming a conceptual trilogy, are herewith brought together on one release for the first time. Three bonus tracks were added to each album, and in addition the first two albums were remastered by Einar "Eldur" Thorberg Gudmundsson. The artbook contains 60 pages and impresses at first glance with it's hardcover, which is finished with golden hotfoil. The content of the artbook includes introductions by Kari Palsson and Einar "Eldur" Thorberg Gudmundsson, all lyrics in original language and in English translation, essays on the band's history and numerous visual material from each creative period of Fortid. "Völuspá" is an impressive monument to these milestones of Icelandic Pagan Black Metal, which honors the importance of the first three Fortid albums.
884388875340

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Format: CD
Label: PROPHECY
Rel. Date: 10/13/2023
UPC: 884388875340

Voluspa (W/Book) (Bonus Tracks)
Artist: Fortid
Format: CD
New: Available $54.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. CD1 Into Battle
2. Til Orustu
3. An Ode to the Raven
4. Krummavi-Sur
5. Ymir's Death
6. Daudi Ymis
7. Creations
8. Skapanir
9. Birth of Men
10. Faeding Manna
11. Thor's Anger
12. Reidi Thors
13. The Past
14. Fortid
15. Krummavi-Sur (Remix)
16. Daudi Ymis (Remix)
17. Reidi Thors (Remix)
18. CD2 Bifrost
19. Odin's Sacrifice
20. Forn Odins
21. Baldur's Murder
22. Mord Baldurs
23. World of Hel
24. Helheimur
25. The Arrival of Fenris
26. Koma Fenris
27. Nastrond
28. The Presence
29. Nutid
30. Forn Odins (Remix)
31. Helheimur (Remix)
32. Koma Fenris (Remix)
33. CD3 Ancient Halls
34. Fornir Salir
35. Ragnarok Army from the East
36. Austursins Heimsenda Her
37. Fall of the Ages
38. Fall Aldanna
39. Equilibrium Reclaimed
40. Jafnvegi Endurheimt
41. New Dawn
42. NY Dogun
43. Heltekinn
44. The Future
45. Framtid
46. Sorgarsongur
47. Fall Aldanna (Live 2010)
48. Heltekinn (Live 2010)

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Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Fortid's debut album, the release of "Völuspá" as a 3CD large-format artbook unites the band's first three albums: "Völuspá Part I: Thor's Anger" (2003), "Völuspá Part II: The Arrival Of Fenris" (2007) and "VöluspáPart III: Fall Of The Ages" (2010). These albums, forming a conceptual trilogy, are herewith brought together on one release for the first time. Three bonus tracks were added to each album, and in addition the first two albums were remastered by Einar "Eldur" Thorberg Gudmundsson. The artbook contains 60 pages and impresses at first glance with it's hardcover, which is finished with golden hotfoil. The content of the artbook includes introductions by Kari Palsson and Einar "Eldur" Thorberg Gudmundsson, all lyrics in original language and in English translation, essays on the band's history and numerous visual material from each creative period of Fortid. "Völuspá" is an impressive monument to these milestones of Icelandic Pagan Black Metal, which honors the importance of the first three Fortid albums.
        
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