Valhalleluja is Nanowar's very own take on Christmas and modern days Vikingness featuring Sir Angus McFife of Gloryhammer.
It's an epic Gospel-Metal song praising the virtues of our Lord and Saviour Odin, master of IKEA and protector of the stylish-furniture loving Metalheads.
Great literature has always been a source of inspiration for heavy metal bands: J.R.R. Tolkien for Blind Guardian, H.P. Lovecraft for Cradle of Filth, The Holy Bible for Stryper and now The IKEA Catalog for Nanowar Of Steel.
This song will change the way you look at your living room for good!
I discovered this album by accident while randomly clicking Bandcamp and sat entranced. I've been exploring them since.
A good metal band has solid strings, percussion and vocals, and this has all three. I wanted to talk about their strongest part, but I don't think I can separate them out. Abyss has a flawless integration of sound the likes of which I don't hear in most bands.
My only compliant is Waking Dream and Abyss should really be one song. Mailanka
A friend told me that there is a band of which the characters are knights, their realm is invaded by undead unicorns so the hero has to find a glory hammer and then they go in another dimension with a magic jetpack and I was like, you son of a witch, I'm in! thomdh