ARKONA - Liki Bessmertnykh Bogov (Official)





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Published on Mar 16, 2010

On "Goi, Rode, Goi" Arkona, the Pagan Metal mongers revolving around frontlady Masha Scream, give the legends and traditions of their Russian homeland new life and thus, forge steadfastly forth creating a captivating mix of metal and folk exceeding in a welcomed diversity. The characteristic signature sounds stemming from the mind of Masha run through the compositions in which folk melodies, delivered by authentic and at times medieval instruments, join the lively metal riffs, blastbeats, and double bass interludes. The songstress and concurrent band mastermind provides depth with varied vocal lines that include a wide spectrum of clean and black metal parts. The highlight of this latest work is undoubtedly the monumental "Na moey Zemle" on which an illustrious guest line-up (Heidevolk, Menhir, Månegarm, etc.) provide the track with a character all of its own, making it the core of "Goi, Rode, Goi". While this sweeping and majestic epic song stands out deservingly, it certainly does not take away from the remaining tracks' songwriting merits. As in the past, Kris Verwimp's masterful brush has visually ennobled this package. Arkona have exceeded their previous and much praised releases with "Goi, Rode, Goi" and proceed to finally take over the Pagan Metal throne.

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Epic Tune Comrades!
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Геннадий Дас
Слава РОДУ Великому Славяне браты объединимся против нечисти!!!!!!!
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Ramon Oliveira
Respect from Brazil
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Love to all Slavic brothers and sisters from Serbia <3 !!! SLAVA!!!
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Ryan Tay
Respect from America. Cultural Identity is good.
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Alda Magnúsdóttir
MY GRAND grand mother was a "which" or so called smart woman. She used to live outside the village and always assisted the birth of a young mothers. She was called a "whitch" but she knew herbs cure, and she knew how to take a birth from the girl.
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Зашто пишете латиницом? поздрав из Србије
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Ivan Spasov
Great music,brother russians. Greetings from Bulgaria :)
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SLAVA from Poland!
Jonathan Owens
The Russian and her voice just flow so well with the music
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