It seems we got caught in a slurry of Folk and Viking Metal album reviews. Today’s is by Russian band NordverG.
Formed in 2006 as Dragon’s Tears, Crimson Dawn is the band’s first album as NordverG. The record came out in December 2011 and spans nearly three quarters of an hour worth of Folk Metal with Slavonic and Viking-inspired lyrics. A bonus is that the whole thing is in Russian, which turns out to be a lovely smooth language for the purpose. Clearly this is a good one for those of you that dig a piece of Folk Metal with a Northern atmosphere, but also a thick classic Metal sauce.