Meanwhile, In Norway

Frida Amundsen - Closer [Live in studio] [2011] (by FridaAmundsen)

"What do you get if you throw six testosterone-filled 17-year-olds from Kristiansand, Norway with a cello, a Hammond organ, two guitars, a bass, a drum kit and fresh young anarchism into a cement mixer? The answer is Honningbarna!!” (last.fm)

Band’s websites:

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"Min Dag," by Åge Aleksandersen

Take On me,” by a-Ha.

What’s a Norwegian blog without a-Ha from Oslo!?!


Varg Vikernes (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈʋɑrɡ ˈʋiːkəɳeːs]; born 11 February 1973) is a Norwegian black metal musician.
Vikernes was born near Bergen, Norway. In 1991, he founded the one-man music project Burzum, which quickly became popular within the early Norwegian black metal scene. In 1992, he joined the band Mayhem and adopted the stage name Count Grishnackh. Around this time he became affiliated with the Heathen Front and had several writings on Germanic neopaganism published.[1] In Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey, director Sam Dunn described Vikernes as “the most notorious metal musician of all time”.[2]

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Varg Vikernes (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈʋɑrɡ ˈʋiːkəɳeːs]; born 11 February 1973) is a Norwegian black metal musician.

Vikernes was born near Bergen, Norway. In 1991, he founded the one-man music project Burzum, which quickly became popular within the early Norwegian black metal scene. In 1992, he joined the band Mayhem and adopted the stage name Count Grishnackh. Around this time he became affiliated with the Heathen Front and had several writings on Germanic neopaganism published.[1] In Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey, director Sam Dunn described Vikernes as “the most notorious metal musician of all time”.[2]

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