Myrkur Recording New Album

Myrkur has officially started recording her new album. The effort is being produced by Randall Dunn.

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Myrkur said the following:

“I have spent the last year writing songs for this record and choosing which ones should make it. It has been a very different approach as well as process, compared to my debut album. I am mixing Kulning into the melodies, an ancient Scandinavian herding call and the lyrics are in different languages. I am very happy to have Randall Dunn produce the album here in Copenhagen, even though he is American, he seems to have Nordic blood and music running in his veins. It’s a very exciting juxtaposition for me.”

Myrkur Streams Live Version Of “Onde Børn”

Myrkur is streaming a live version of “Onde Børn,” via Bloody Disgusting. This track will be on her new live album, “Mausoleum,“ which will be available on August 19, via Relapse. This release will feature the show she performed with the Norway Norwegian Girls Choir, at the Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum in Oslo, Norway.

Click the LINK to go to the stream.

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Myrkur Streams Live Cover Of Bathory’s “Song To Hall Up High”

Myrkur is streaming her live cover of Bathory’s “Song To Hall Up High.” This track will be on her new live album, “Mausoleum,“ which will be available on August 19, via Relapse. This release will feature the show she performed with the Norway Norwegian Girls Choir, at the Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum in Oslo, Norway.

Myrkur To Release “Mausoleum” Live Album In August

Myrkur will be releasing a new live album, titled “Mausoleum,“ on August 19, via Relapse. This release will feature the show she performed with the Norway Norwegian Girls Choir, at the Emanuel Vigeland Mausoleum in Oslo, Norway. Check out “Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne” from the album below:

Track Listing:

1. “Vølvens Spådom”
2. “Jeg Er Guden, I Er Tjenerne”
3. “Skøgen Skulle Dø”
4. “Byssan Lull”
5. “Den Lille Piges Død”
6. “Frosne Vind”
7. “Onde Børn”
8. “Song To Hall Up High” (Bathory cover)
9. “Dybt I Skoven”