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Moonsorrow

Moonsorrow is a Finnish Viking metal band.

Table of contents
1 History
2 Members
3 Discography
4 External links

History

Formed in 1995 by two cousins (the Sorvalis), Moonsorrow entered the metal scene with no less than three releases, but the album Suden Uni was recorded in the early 2000 and the Tämä Ikuinen Talvi was a CD re-release of a 1999 demo. Suden Uni (A Wolf's Dream) was acclaimed by the fans and the reviews with it's epic combination of pagan and folk elements. After recruiting Mitja Harvilahti and Lord Eurén, Moonsorrow started their first shows, releasing Voimasta Ja Kunniasta (Of Strength and honour) in the late 2001. But the real taking-off of this band was the 2003 release Kivenkantaja (Stonebearer).

Members

 

Discography

Albums

Demos

Other

External links