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etichetta: By Norse Music
Enslaved and By Norse Music present “Tón Leiðsla I - Hordanes Land”: a very limited edition of the all-times classic as a picture disc, including exclusive content! Strictly limited to 500 copies. “Tón Leiðsla I - Hordanes Land” is the first opus in an exclusive By Norse Music series that celebrates the label’s most iconic releases. The series title “Tón Leiðsla” is a construct that means “a graphic representation of a musical vision” and depicts the creative collaboration between the artists and By Norse Music at the core of these editions. Each opus in the “Tón Leiðsla“ series features an illustration by Bergen-based artist Jannicke Wiese-Hansen and a unique poem created or commissioned by the artists. The “Hordanes Land” poem was written by Ivar Bjørnson and evokes the cross-over between History, Tolkien-influence and Norse mythology that was behind this iconic mini-album. The layout of the series was created by renowned artist Marcelo Vasco (Kreator, Slayer, etc.). First released in 1993 as a mini 12” LP, “Hordanes Land” was also released a few weeks later as a split CD album with Emperor and is considered a key release in the development of Viking metal. The original songs were entirely remastered by Iver Sandøy at Solslottet Studio (Bergen, Norway) and the bonus track “Enslaved”, first released in 1992. 1. Slaget i skogen bortenfor (Epilog / Slaget)
2. Allfǫðr Oðinn
3. Balfǫr (Andi fara / Prologr)
4. Enslaved (Bonus Track)
Reprint, 500x galaxy - ultra-clear/silver 12" (180g) in a microtene innerbag, printed innersleeve on 220g, gatefold full-color on 350g with UV gloss varnish, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
300 beer with black marble vinyl 180g in a black poly-lined innerbag, gatefold, full-color, black flood inside on 350g with gloss lamination, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
Reprint, 500 x white 12" (180g) in a microtene innerbag, printed innersleeve, full-color on 220g, gatefold jacket, full-color, black flood inside on 350g with UV relief spot lac, all assembled in a PVC overbag.
This album defined viking metal.