We’re happy to announce that we will return to the beautiful madness called 70 000 Tons of Metal next month. A metal cruise from Miami to Haiti!
“Dreamstorm” live at this years Karmøygeddon festival.
An excellent take on our 20 year old classic and a superb display of new lead guitarist, Ole Sønstabø.
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“Dragons of the North” was originally released in 1996, the golden era for Norwegian extreme metal. As one of the pioneers, Einherjer have been in the forefront of an exploding genre for more than two decades. 20 years later, Einherjer presents you “Dragons of The North XX”, re-recorded version of a cult classic for the older generation, and a hidden gem for new fans of Viking Metal.
“Dragons of The North XX” out on November 25!
Pre-order CD/LP here:
Digital pre-orders here:
A new page has been turned. In our continuous effort to renew ourselves, we
have decided to invite into our midst a new member. Ole Sønstabø from the local
metal band Fear Theories will be performing with Einherjer as lead guitarist in the
future, and we welcome him. The epic quest for a bass player has also come to an
end in the form of Frode Glesnes. Ricken Roll all nite!
Photo by Jørgen Freim
Dragons Of The North – 20th Anniversary Show
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the release of “Dragons Of The North”. Einherjer will celebrate this event with some very exclusive shows based on their debut album.
“We’re proud to do this show at Karmøygeddon 2016. A very natural choice, considering Karmøy is the place where it all started! Re-visiting this material after so many years has been really inspiring for us and we can’t wait to bring this to the stage!”
Photo by Steinar Sortland
First festival for 2016 confirmed!
Midgardsblot is a brand new Norwegian festival, taking place near the viking graves in Borre, Vestfold. The festival is bound to be a special experience, and takes place August 20-22. Don´t miss this chance to see Einherjer in a truly epic setting!
We have some very limited and very exclusive shirts printed just for the 70 000 Tons of Metal cruise next week. If you’re going, make sure to get one…