Ren Marabou and the Berserkers - "Helgafjell"


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Ren Marabou and the Berserkers: Viking Warriors Land on Wormholedeath with "Helgafjell"

Prepare your horns and axes, because the Viking warriors of Ren Marabou and the Berserkers are landing on the Wormholedeath label with their new album "Helgafjell", which will be released on March 29, 2024.
Imagine an explosive mix of Rammstein, Amon Amarth, and a healthy dose of Irish whiskey, and you'll have an idea of RMATB's sound. Expect powerful vocals, brain-melting riffs, and lyrics steeped in Norse mythology, all delivered with an energy that could make Odin himself headbang.
This album is a bit special. It is dedicated to Ren's father, a warrior in life and in spirit, who is probably fighting in the halls of Valhalla today. Expect stories of life, death, and the badass afterlife that the Vikings imagined.
Don't mistake them for just another folk metal band. These guys take their history seriously, weaving accurate details and scriptures into their stories. Think of it as an epic history lesson delivered at volume 11 on the Richter scale.
Worried about filler tracks? Forget about them! "Helgafjell" packs ten anthems, each a battle cry ready to ignite your mosh pit. Tracks like "The Price of Glory" and "Curse Striker" promise pure metal mayhem, while "Holy Mountain" offers a heartfelt tribute to Ren's father.
But wait, there's more! The artwork is a masterpiece by Terence McCann, the photography is incredible, and the production, handled by Ren himself, is tighter than Thor's hammer. Basically, these guys went all in on this album.
Viking metal with bite
Mythology that kicks your ass
Riffs that could knock down a frost giant
Shows that make you feel like you've just ransacked a mead hall
Then Ren Marabou and the Berserkers are your new heroes. Keep an eye on their upcoming tour dates and follow them on social media (links below) to join the Norse metal crusade!
Mark your calendars on March 29th, metalheads, because "Helgafjell" is coming to conquer your ears! Skål!
P.S. Don't forget to check out their previous album, "Tales of Rune", while you wait. It's a real banger!