Isengard

Gylve Fenris Nagell


Discography of Isengard:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Høstmørke 7 Audio 1995-07-03 Moonfog Productions
2 Vinterskugge 19 Audio 1994-03-28 Deaf Records
3 Vinterskugge 19 Audio 1994 Peaceville
4 Vinterskugge 19 Audio 2003 Peaceville
5 Vinterskugge 16 Audio 1995 Metal Mind Records
6 Dark Lord Of Gorgoroth 4 Audio Not On Label (Isengard)
7 Høstmørke 7 Audio 2008 Moonfog Productions
8 Spectres Over Gorgoroth 5 Audio 1989 Not On Label (Isengard Self-released)
9 Horizons 4 Audio Not On Label
10 Vandreren 7 Audio Not On Label
11 Spectres Over Gorgoroth 5 Audio Not On Label (Isengard)
12 Vinterskugge 19 Audio 1994 Deaf Records
13 Vinterskugge 19 Audio
14 Høstmørke 7 Audio 1995 Morbid Noizz Productions
15 Vinterskugge 10 Audio 2001 Vinyl Maniac Records
16 Vinterskugge 16 Audio 2012 Peaceville
17 Cromlech / Spectres Over Gorgoroth 9 Audio Not On Label
18 Vinterskugge 19 Audio 2002
19 Vinterskugge 40 Audio 2012 Peaceville
20 Høstmørke / Vinterskugge 27 Audio 2002 Agat Company Ltd.
21 Høstmørke 7 Audio Moonfog Productions
22 Spectres Over Gorgoroth 5 Audio Not On Label
23 Høstmørke 7 Audio 1995 Moonfog Productions
24 Høstmørke 7 Audio Somber Music
25 Høstmørke 12 Audio 2000 Black Witchery Records


Isengard is a solo project, formed in the late 1980ies, which features Fenriz from Darkthrone. He made this project because he had ideas that didn't fit into Darkthrone; he didn't want Darkthrone to become progressive. The main inspirations are Norwegian culture and old superstition, and the music can be described as a mixture of Folk/Doom/Death and Black Metal.

Two albums were recorded and released by Fenriz. The first album ("Vinterskugge"), which was actually 3 demos put together, was released in 1994 through Deaf. Records (Part of Peaceville). The 3 demos were: "Spectres Over Gorgoroth," which was originally released in 1989; "Horizons" originally released in 1991; and "Vandreren" released in 1993.

The second album was released in 1995 through Moonfog. Its title was "Høstmørke." Half of the songs were sung in Norwegian, and the album was dedicated to [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Satyr+Wongraven]Satyr[/url] of [a=Satyricon].


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