Tag: Heimdal

Interview: Enslaved talk “Heimdal” with The Metal Tris!

Ahead of their performance at Incineration Festival on 13th May Enslaved vocalist Grutle Kjellson spoke to The Metal Tris about the Progressive Viking Black Metal acts resent endeavour “Heimdal“. A conversation about how the band have expanded their horizons having blazed a trail since 1991 and the album concept, the name referring to the Norse myth

Bootleg: “Heimdal” from Enslaved!

Filmed at the UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall in Berkeley California on 21st April, here’s the title track from the new Enslaved album “Heimdal“. It comes courtesy of Iron Serbian for Capital Chaos TV with the show being part of the bands ongoing co-headlining US run with Insomnium which has Black Anvil opening. It’s

NEWS: Enslaved swim the Oceans in search of treasures?

Heading from New York to Baltimore in the month of April are Norwegian Extreme Metallers Enslaved, who can be considered armed and dangerous with new album “Heimdal” receiving rave reviews. A lyric video for “The Eternal Sea” which builds on ancient roots in Black, Viking and Progressive Metal has been shared by label home Nuclear

NEWS: Enslaved search the forests…

A third of eight new cuts from “Heimdal” by Extreme Blackened Viking Progressive Metal act Enslaved has been revealed by Nuclear Blast in “Forest Dweller“. Said to be both a departure and communion with roots forged over the past three decades in Norway’s Black Metal scene, the album is their sixteenth in all and named

NEWS: Enslaved travel to distant planets!

As “Heimdal” approaches on 3rd March 2023 via Nuclear Blast, Extreme Blackened Viking  Progressive Metal act Enslaved have entrusted us with a third single from the album. This one is actually taken from the bonus version of the album and is titled “Caravans to the Outer Worlds” (Live from The Otherworldly Big Band Experience). A peach

NEWS: Enslaved to return in March with “Heimdal”!

…with pre-orders available here, Enslaved have announced 3rd March will see the arrival of their next endeavour in “Heimdal” via Nuclear Blast. Named after arguably the most mysterious entity in Nordic mythology, it will mark the Progressive Black Metal acts sixteenth album and was mixed by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios (Sepultura, At The