HELHEIM: 'Dualitet Og Ulver' Video Released

"Dualitet og Ulver", the new video from Norway's HELHEIM, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in the mountains surrounding the band's hometown of Bergen and features a guest appearance by TAAKE's Hoest. The track comes off the "Åsgards Fall" mini-CD, which was released in Norway on October 25, 2010 via Dark Essence Records and in the rest of the world on November 1. The six-track mini-CD includes two epic new tracks written especially for this release and a new recording of the HELHEIM classic "Jernskogen" from the band's "Blod & Ild" album, as well as the video mix of "Dualitet & Ulver".

Always a band that celebrates and respects its ancient Nordic heritage, HELHEIM has taken the story of two wolves, Hati and Skoll, for "Dualitet og Ulver", which translated means "Duality And Wolves". Legend has it that the two wolves tried swallow the sun and the moon, and the song uses this imagery to illustrate that there can be no light without darkness and no day without night. If either is destroyed, be it by natural catastrophe, or human actions, only primordial chaos will remain. Both are hanging by a fragile thread that can easily be torn apart by the wolf, which is one of earth’s natural predators. The duality of light and darkness must therefore be preserved and balanced not only by nature, but also my humans.

"Åsgards Fall" features additional guest appearances byGunnar Emmerhoff (EMMERHOF AND THE MELANCHOLY BABIES) and PV on vocals, and Trine Mjanger on French horn. It was produced by HELHEIM and Bjornar Nilsen (VULTURE INDUSTRIES, BLACK HOLE GENERATOR) and was mastered by Herbrand Larsen (ENSLAVED, AUDREY HORNE) at the Conclave and Earshot studios in Bergen.

"Åsgards Fall" track listing:

01. Åsgards Fall Part 1
02. Åsgards Fall Interlude
03. Åsgards Fall Part 2
04. Helheim Part 7
05. Dualitet Og Ulver
06. Jernskogen (re-recording)

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