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Moonsorrow is a pagan/fowk metal baund formed in Helsinki, Finland, in 1995. The baund caw their soond "epic heathen metal" an try tae distance themselves frae the term "viking metal" as much as possible, as the vast majority o their leerics dae no concern Vikings, since they ar Finnish, not Norse.
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Leerics[eedit | eedit soorce]
Moonsorrow's leerics draw inspiration frae Finnish mythology, legends an poetry; since Tämä Ikuinen Talvi they hae been written exclusively in Finnish. For instance, the song "Sankaritarina" frae Voimasta Ja Kunniasta features leerics directly translated frae Hávamál.
Politics[eedit | eedit soorce]
In Aprile 2008, Moonsorrow an ither performers on the fowk metal festival Paganfest wur accused o being Nazis, racists, an fascists frae the German organizations Antifa an BIFF (Berliner Institut für Faschismusforschung). Ville Sorvali o Moonsorrow an Heri Joensen o Týr issued a joint video statement tae refute these accusations, notin that the baunds ar in nae way connectit tae fascist groups an actually ar against fascism. Guitarist Mitja Harvilahti told the German Feindesland webzine that the baund haes nane ava' tae dae wi fascism, an Mitja personally "strangly despises racists an Nazis."
Members[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Henri Sorvali – guitar, keyboards, vocals
- Ville Sorvali – bass guitar, vocals
- Mitja Harvilahti – guitar, backing vocals
- Markus Eurén – keyboards
- Marko Tarvonen – drums, backing vocals
Guests[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Thomas Väänänen (Thyrfing) – guest vocals on Viides Luku - Hävitetty
- Hittavainen (Korpiklaani) – fiddle, jouhikko, recorder
- Janne Perttilä (Rytmihäiriö) – guitar (live), backing vocals
Discography[eedit | eedit soorce]
Studio albums[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Suden Uni (2001)
- Voimasta Ja Kunniasta (2001)
- Kivenkantaja (2003)
- Verisäkeet (2005)
- Viides Luku – Hävitetty (2007)
EPs[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Tulimyrsky (2008)