Borknagar – Roots – Music Stream

April 15, 2012

The big, Earth-moving sounds on Borknagar’s Urd carry oversize themes as well, from planetary creation to cosmic unrest. “Roots” is among the many bright spots.

Borknagar – Urd – Review

April 15, 2012

The big, Earth-moving sounds on Borknagar’s Urd carry oversize themes as well, from planetary creation to cosmic unrest. “Roots” is among the many bright spots.

Borknagar – Origin – Review

March 12, 2007

An acoustic album with flutes and shit. Vintersorg’s voice can break hearts, but I just can’t get passed the freakin’ flutes.

Borknagar – Epic – Review

April 4, 2005

The intensity of straight-up black metal bands like Mayhem and Immortal, but pushes its boundaries, adding elements of classical romanticism and folk music.

Borknagar – Empiricism – Review

March 15, 2002

Sure, there’s a bit (or a lot) of pretension here, not to mention a real risk of prog geekery. Passionate, brutal, beautiful, frightening stuff.

Identity Five – Review

September 1, 1999

With 17 tracks, 76 minutes, there’s something here for anyone into metal: Heavy, power, nü, black, death, doom, epic, Goth, hardcore, and the schools within.

Firestarter – Review

November 1, 1998

Firestarter could be your foot in the door that, once opened, allows a beautiful darkness into your life.