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Enslaved

Year: 2007

Runtime: 00:22:56

Norwegian black metal band Enslaved were formed in 1991 by guitarist/keyboardist Ivar Bjornson and bassist Grutle Kjellson; a demo titled Yggdrstll followed a year later. The group's official albums include 1994's Frost, 1997's Eld, and 1999's Blodhemn. Personnel shifts have plagued the group throughout its existence; as of 1998, its membership included Bjornson, Kjellson, guitarist R. Kronheim, and drummer Dirge Rep. In fall 2000, the band issued Mardraum.

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