Anilah & Wardruna Track “Warrior (Revisited)” Now Streaming

Nature, Magic, Beauty, Enchantment and Ancient Lands are some of the words that come to my mind as I listen to the the new majestic Anilah & Wardruna song “Warrior (Revisited)” on repeat. This 11-minute composition is a soaring ritualistic anthem that will speak to so many parts of your soul! We are way beyond happy to be streaming “Warrior (Revisited),” and you can pre-order the record HERE…Read what Anilah & Wardruna had to say about their experience creating this song below!

After almost a year of secret collaboration, Anilah and Einar Kvitrafn Selvik (Wardruna, Gorgoroth, Vikings) have finally released a new collaboration entitled “Warrior”. The 11 minute epic is a fusion of influences from both artists, ranging from the haunting and shamanic vocal invocations of Anilah, to the ancient tribal call of Einar’s signature sound. The end result is a stirring composition, leaving the listener in another world all together.

“Working on Anilah´s beautiful song “Warrior” has been an absolute pleasure for me. Due to my creative work with Wardruna being so time-consuming, it is very seldom that I can accept invitations to collaborate on other people’s projects. But when I was presented with the song “Warrior” I immediately liked it. I instantly heard and pictured myself being part of it, and so accepted the gracious invitation. I am very happy with the outcome.
– Einar Kvitrafn Selvik

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