Myrkgrav   Takk og Farvel; Tida er Blitt ei Annen
Release Date: 2016

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0.0 ramon. CONTRIBUTOR | October 27th 16


Really sturdy craftsmanship. Great tone throughout, wonderfully consistent. Walking around
outdoors hasn't been this much fun in a while. Laced in black, with a nice rustic feel. Probably
the most comfortable shoes I've ever owned.

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2.5 averagezaruyache | October 27th 16

The folk instrumentation (especially the instrumentals) are great, but the change in production makes the metal half of Myrkgrav's sound much less powerful this time around. Not only that, but there seems to be far less black/death metal to be found, with much more influence put on clean folk metal singing instead. While good, this straight folk metal style is far less epic and powerful, which really holds the album back. Unfortunately it would seem that "Takk og Farvel" is not at the same level as the fantastic "Trollskau."

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3.0 goodmeditant | March 29th 19
3.5 greatShoopdaWhoop | March 22nd 19
3.5 greatRelinquish | July 7th 18
4.0 excellentDimorphic | February 15th 18
3.5 greatElynna | December 31st 17
3.5 greatFear | December 28th 17
3.5 greatGameofmetal EMERITUS | May 21st 17
4.0 excellentNightragerz | February 26th 17
4.0 excellentchanson | February 10th 17
3.0 goodformer sputnik's home post-punk maester | November 23rd 16
3.5 greatUlshad | November 19th 16
4.0 excellentbr4dl3yb34r | November 17th 16
4.0 excellentHawks | November 15th 16
3.0 goodEssence | October 27th 16
3.0 goodTuoni | October 3rd 16

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