News SKÁLMÖLD Release “Móri” Lyric Video

Icelandic Viking Metal Heroes SKÁLMÖLD now present the second track from their upcoming brand new album “Sorgir”, which will be released on October 12th via Napalm Records. Vocalist/guitarist Björgvin Sigurðsson states: “This song is

News SKÁLMÖLD Release First Song “Sverðið” From Upcoming Album “Sorgir”

A brand new lyric video by Icelandic Viking Metal Heroes SKÁLMÖLD can be seen below.  “Sverðið” (Icelandic for sword) is the first track off their upcoming fifth album “Sorgir”, set to be released

Albums Sorgir

1. Ljósið 2. Sverðið 3. Brúnin 4. Barnið 5. Skotta 6. Gangári 7. Móri 8. Mara 9. Höndin sem veggina klórar (Bonus Track)   This is the new album of

Concerts Stam1na + Rytmihäiriö + Skálmöld @ Black Box Jäähalli, Helsinki – 26.05.18

Stam1na celebrated the 10th anniversary release of their “Raja” album with a special gig at Jäähalli´s Black Box in Helsinki. Rytmihäiriö and Skálmöld joined the party as well. We were lucky

Albums Vögguvísur Yggdrasils

1. Múspell 2. Niflheimur 3. Niðavellir 4. Miðgarður 5. Útgarður 6. Álfheimur 7. Ásgarður 8. Helheimur 9. Vanaheimur   Vögguvísur Yggdrasils (“Yggdrasil’s lullabyes” in Icelandic) is the fourth full-length studio album by the Icelandic viking/folk metal band Skálmöld, released

Albums Með vættum

1. Að vori 2. Með fuglum 3. Að sumri 4. Með drekum 5. Að hausti 6. Með jötnum 7. Að vetri 8. Með griðungum   Með vættum (“Among Vættir” in Icelandic) is the third

Albums Börn Loka

1. Óðinn 2. Sleipnir 3. Gleipnir 4. Fenrisúlfur 5. Himinhrjóður 6. Miðgarðsormur 7. Narfi 8. Hel 9. Váli 10. Loki Börn Loka (Children of Loki in Icelandic) is the second full-length album by the Icelandic Viking / folk metal band Skálmöld, released

Albums Baldur

1. Heima 2. Árás 3. Sorg 4. Upprisa 5. För 6. Draumur 7. Kvaðning 8. Hefnd 9. Dauði 10. Valhöll   Baldur is the début full-length album by the Icelandic Viking / folk metal band Skálmöld. It was first

Artist Skálmöld

Skálmöld (pronounced [ˈskau̯lmœlt]) is a Viking / folk metal band from Reykjavík, Iceland, formed in August 2009. The band’s name is literally translated as Age of Swords and also means “lawlessness”, referring to the Age of the Sturlungs of Icelandic history, when a civil