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I just found the best music ever to listen to while playing Brytenwalda, especially if you're playing a Norse/Germanic pagan like me. Made by a rather unknown artist called Tyr from the Faroese islands. Although most songs are in Faroese so I can't understand most of it, they're still really ****ing awesome. Mostly heavy metal.


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JAMCAT said:

Better than anything that will be mentioned in here, with the exception of Bathory. At least up until and including "Frost".

There are too many really good viking/folk/black metal bands on the world

I - Warriors (this is heavy/black, but it sounds like viking)

Irminsul - Midvinterblot

Forefather - Steadfest

However, I don't know too much Folk/Viking Metal :/, I'm listening more to Black Metal, like:

Immortal - The sun that no longer rises

Belenos - Spicelge

Darkthrone - Skald Av Satan Sol

Satyricon - Dark Medieval Times

Obtained Enslavement - Witchcraft

Hymir - Let The World Be Cold

Carach Angren - Van Der Decken's Triumph (This is from a conceptual album, so it sounds more complete with the rest of the tracks)

Klabautamann - When I long for Life

Necromass - A Serpent is screaming in the Abysm

Setherial - In the still of a northern fullmoon

Thorngoth - Eternal Downfall

It sounds the same, but once you get on the mood of the music, it is awesome.

And, if I play some other mods on medieval setting, I put some flamenco:

Niño Miguel - Brisas de Huelvas

Greetings ;d

Uhtred Ragnarson

Knight at Arms
how did everyone miss Eluveitie and Amon Amarth?


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And why no Luarna Lubre  :grin:

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viking metal: i get it but it makes me laugh. metal and vikings go together like peanut butter and chocolate, but it puts a funny picture in my head thinking of great viking warriors with their fat calloused (maybe a few missing) fingers trying to fly up and down the fretboard. boy it would have scared the crap outta the christians though. a frothing warband marching with hyper doublebass, spidery tremolo guitar rhythms, and guttural battle cry lyrics following them into battle. 


BattleOfValmy said:
I prefer authentic-period music and fake-period music.
Check these:

BraAgas - Vanner och frander

Luc Arbogast - Provins 2009

Luc Arbostast - Palästinalied

Corvus Corax - In Taberna

Faun - Egil Saga

Faun - Andro

Yann Fanch - Tri Martolod

Omnia - Morrigan

Hagalaz' Runedance - Wake Skadi

Heather Dale - Mordred's Lullaby

Psalteria - Stella Splendens

Metal is cool, but nothing beats the originals :wink:


Uhtred Ragnarson said:
how did everyone miss Eluveitie and Amon Amarth?

I came in here to suggest those two bands. Did you know Salanias Song was actually song at some point in history by the Gauls? It blows the mind.

I JUST SAW THE SIG OF THE GUY WHO POSTED AHEAD OF ME! Wow I can't believe someone made a gif of the circle head banging. Awesome.


Sergeant at Arms
Eluveitie - great gaulish folk metal, I usually put some instrumental into game, like Cauldron of Renascence or Liminal Passage, and my favourite Inis Mona fits great into Brytenwalda mod :smile:

note that Inis mona instrumental is actually a popular breton song Tri Martolod

I also recomend Asturian bagpiper Hevia and Gallego artist Carlos Nuñez, Breton legend Alan Stivell if you like celtic music.

there is also In Extremo, great band from Germany, they mix medieval folk and rock/metal.
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