Hi Lys ! First of all, could you introduce the band, explain the name « Enisum » and the appellation « Arpitanian Black Metal » ?
Hi, Enisum is my musical project born in 2006 as one man band. After 5 self-produced works limited to a few copies in 2014 with the album Samoth Nara, Enisum’s live activity began with the first full album and the inclusion in the band of Leynir on bass, Dead Soul on drums and Epheliin (only for some studio recordings).
The name Enisum is the name written contrary to the mountain Musinè located in Valle di Susa, near my house. it is a mysterious mountain, rich in legends and mysteries and esotericism.
I define the music of Enisum with the Arpitanian Black Metal Term because the lands where I live, in the past they were called Arpitane lands. It seems right to me to give an identification and belonging to one’s roots.
Hi Tom, can you introduce yourself and specify where does the name “Dwarrowdelf” come from ?
I’m Tom, I run Dwarrowdelf! I picked the name after finishing my first EP, “Of Darkened Halls” – the lyrics for the three songs on that release were all about Tolkien’s Dwarves, so I wanted the name to continue the theme. Dwarrowdelf is another name for the famous underground realm of Moria in the Fellowship of the Ring.
A la suite du concert aux 4 écluses de Dunkerque, Axoria a pu échanger avec Sylvaine, et lui poser quelques questions sur la sortie de son dernier album “Atoms aligned, coming undone”. Version originale en anglais.
A la suite du Castlefest, Axoria a eu l’honneur de rencontrer le groupe italien The Sidh et a pu poser quelques questions à Ian Alexander Marr, le leader, flutiste, et joueur de cornemuse. (Version originale en anglais)
First of all, how would you introduce your project for people who don’t know you yet ? Well First of all Hello to everyone and thank you for doing the interview with me.
I am Vermilia and coming from Finland. Simpliest way to describe my music is Scandinavian Pagan Metal. Musically it’s a mix of Pagan Black Metal and scandinavian melodies with clean, raw and melancholic vocal harmonies sang in my native language. Lyrically themes are poems about the Life, death and nature. Continuer la lecture de Vermilia [ENG]→
Answers by Johan Rydberg, flutes, mandola, bagpipes
– Hi Grimner ! Your third album Vanadrottning will be released in less than one month, can you describe it in some words ? I could listen to it and it sounds heavier than the previous ones, what do you think about it ?
Hi! Well, I would probably describe it as what you know and like about Grimner but even more refined and just a tad bit darker.
Yes, during the last album we really nailed the epic and melodic parts. For this release we wanted to go a little heavier and darker. So there is some more guitar rhythms driving a lot of the songs without lossing the melodies. Continuer la lecture de Johan Rydberg (Grimner) [EN]→