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Winterfylleth Posts Folk Compilation Song "The Three Ravens"

Season of Mist is proud to present a new track from the compilation "One And All, Together, For Home," which features international metal artists gathered by Drudkh mastermind Roman Sayenko and will be released on May 23rd (May 27th in North America).

Winterfylleth's anglicised version of the traditional Scottish song “The Three Ravens” is streaming below, courtesy of Terrorizer.com.

"The idea behind this compilation is a coming together of like-minded artists from all across Europe in an attempt to rediscover the history and traditions of their respective areas of origin; through the medium of traditional music", explains Winterfylleth main man Chris Naughton. “Given that Europe has a particularly strong folk heritage all the bands contributing to this release are drawn from a broad range of countries that make up the continent; each with their own unique musical style & traditions to explore. One way that folk music has endured throughout the world's turbulent history is by people coming together and sharing the stories, tales and folklore of old; re-creating the melodies in a way that is relevant to them in the now. This compilation brings together eight artists, who have a strong historical interest and a pre-existing link to the music of their respective homelands."

The compilation's track listing is as follow:

CD 1
Primordial - Dark Horse On The Wind
Drudkh - Forgotten Lullaby
Häive - Ei Kuule Emo Minua
Kampfar - En Hymne Til Urd
Winterfylleth - Abbots Bromley Horn Dance
Winterfylleth - John Barleycorn
Mondvolland - Montferland I (with Folkcorn)
Mondvolland - Montferland Ii

CD 2
Winterfylleth - The Three Ravens
Kampfar - Bådnsull
Drudkh - Dovbush
Mondvolland - Montferland Iii
Ava Inferi - Ao Teu Lado
Häive - Ukon On Tulinen Turkki
Häive - Onpa Tietty Tietyssäni
Primordial - The Foggy Dew

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