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Ótta

by Sólstafir

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Frederick Jones
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Frederick Jones Love the edginess of their music. This album is tough to pin a favorite on because even song deserves to be a favorite. These guys just keep getting better with every release Really looking forward to the new album, soon. Favorite track: Ótta.
Alice
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Alice If you cannot afford a trip to Iceland, listen to this instead. Cold and deeply beautiful. Favorite track: Miðaftann.
TONY ZAGORAIOS
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TONY ZAGORAIOS Well..this is one of the most interesting albums i recently heard. Even if i don't understand the language of this band, i don't care, cause the melodies and vocals are wonderful. Unique and one of its kind!! Favorite track: Dagmál.
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    Icelandic rock heathens SOLSTAFIR return with the stunning new album 'Ótta'. The follow-up 2011's epic double album 'Svartir Sandar', 'Ótta' is a powerful and moving statement of intent that burns with the beauty of an aurora. Stellar new tracks like "Nón", "Dagmál", "Miðdegi", and "Ótta" shows SOLSTAFIR at the height of their powers, and unfold with patience and purpose in equal measure. With 'Ótta' this extraordinary quartet have crafted a riveting album that is at once familiar, ancient, and timeless.

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Icelandic rock heathens SOLSTAFIR return with the stunning new album 'Ótta'. The follow-up 2011's epic double album 'Svartir Sandar', 'Ótta' is a powerful and moving statement of intent that burns with the beauty of an aurora. Stellar new tracks like "Nón", "Dagmál", "Miðdegi", and "Ótta" shows SOLSTAFIR at the height of their powers, and unfold with patience and purpose in equal measure. With 'Ótta' this extraordinary quartet have crafted a riveting album that is at once familiar, ancient, and timeless.

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released September 2, 2014

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