Thyrfing (album)

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Genre Viking metal
Label Hammerheart Records
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Valdr Galga

Thyrfing is the eponymous and first album by the Swedish viking metal band Thyrfing. It was released in 1998.

Track listing

  1. "Raven Eyes" - 03:37
  2. "Vargavinter" - 02:59
  3. "Set Sail to Plunder" - 04:22
  4. "Ur Askan Ett Rike" - 03:04
  5. "Celebration of Our Victory" - 04:43
  6. "A Burning Arrow" - 02:50
  7. "En Döende Mans Förbannelse" - 03:34
  8. "Hednaland" - 03:34
  9. "Wotan's Fire" - 04:32
  10. "Going Berserk" - 05:09

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