Thursday, 30 April 2020

Naglfar - Cerecloth




Naglfar is a pretty interesting Swedish melodic black metal band formed in 1992. The fascinating group was formed by Jens Rydén and Kristoffer Olivius, originally under the name Uninterred. You might be wondering where the name "Naglfar" comes from. In Norse mythology, Naglfar or Naglfari (Old Norse "nail farer") is a boat made entirely from the fingernails and toenails of the dead. During the events of Ragnarök, Naglfar is foretold to sail to Vígríðr, ferrying the forces of chaos that will do difficult battle with the gods. The boat may be depicted on the Tullstorp Runestone in Scania, Sweden.

The Naglfar music band was founded by Jens Rydén on vocals and guitar, and Kristoffer Olivius on bass. The band was called other names. At some point, the band officially changed their name to Naglfar, the name deriving from a ship in Norse mythology made from the nails of the dead.

Naglfar - Cerecloth is a pretty interesting music album creation. 

What is a cerecloth? It is a cloth treated with melted wax or gummy matter and formerly used especially for wrapping a dead body. The First Known Use of the word cerecloth was in 1553. It is the waxed cloth used for wrapping a corpse. The release date of the album is May 8, 2020. Label: Century Media Records.

Cerecloth: Track Listing of Songs:

1
Cerecloth
4:06

2
Horns
4:39

3
Like Poison for the Soul
6:31

4
Vortex of Negativity
5:03

5
Cry of the Serafim
4:26

6
The Dagger in Creation
5:07

7
A Sanguine Tide Unleashed
3:55

8
Necronaut
3:30

9
Last Breath of Yggdrasil
6:31

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