My HeadBangers welcome from Sandviken, Sweden, the Viking Rock Band: NJORD
You know I love bands whose name comes with a history, well this is what I found about the name of Njord.
Njord was the god of the sea in Norse mythology. He is the father of Freyr and Freya.
She was not permitted to look at their faces, only their feet. She chose the most beautiful feet she saw, thinking they belonged to the god Balder. Instead, they were the feet of Njord. Skadi was used to living in the icy mountains, and Njord was used to living by the sea. This made their marriage difficult, and eventually they chose to live apart from each other.
Well that’s a shame isn’t it, but mythology is great. Bands that have history to them are so interesting to me, makes you wonder why did they pick this name.
Let’s look at some bio on these guys:
Njord is a Swedish Viking Rock Band from Sandviken . The band was formed in 2003 by Mathias Hellhoff and Johanna Ersson. The band name refers to the sea god Njord in Nordic Mythology .
In 2003, the group participated on the compilation album.
On May 20, 2016, the song Den Ende was released, which is the first song with the new set. Freedom’s Arch was the first and only single from the upcoming Maxi single “In the Yellow and Blue”. The song was released on YouTube February 26, 2018. On July 26 of that year, the EP is released In the Yellow and Blue. On August 15, 2018, the single was released Now we take over digitally on Spotify and other music services. On December 2, 2019, the single Memories of Autumn was released digitally on Spotify and iTunes, among others. Here it is below.
“Minnen om Hösten”
Let’s meet the band:
Mathias Hellhoff – Sång & gitarr,
Nicklas Ek – Guitar,
Stefan Johansson – Bass & körsång,
Patrik Björkmann – Drums
My HeadBangers, with all that’s happening on this planet right now the one thing that is a constant in my life is my music. It’s the only thing that keeps me going every day and keeps me from losing my shit. You all know what I mean. The music is always there like an old friend waiting for you to come and visit, to sit back, relax and turn it up nice and loud. The music will drive away your fears and worries and let you, for as long as you want, stay in that in between world where all you hear is the music we love and the beat of our hearts as it pours into us. Metal makes us stronger and personally helps me face another day. I hope all my HeadBangers are doing great. We will beat this as we always do and if any of you need to talk to another HeadBanger email me at anytime:
That’s it for this week. Join me next week for another band and another song. In the meantime don’t stand to close to the fire if you can’t handle the burn…..
Thank you for featuring our band! 🙂 We’re sorry you had to do some digging to find our information – that’s evidently a problem with our reach. We’d be happy to participate in an interview or answer anything else you might wonder. Please feel free to reach out and keep up the great work!
Thanks so much for reaching out. I love Njord and I would like to email you some questions then I can update the blog so the fans can learn more about you. Thanks again Sandy
Please do! You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or me personally at email@example.com
Take care and stay safe!
On Fri, Mar 27, 2020, 11:08 PM 10 Degrees of Metal wrote:
> Sandy posted: “My HeadBangers welcome from Sandviken, Sweden, the Viking > Rock Band: NJORD “För Sent” https://youtu.be/jQJnrrKAx-I You know I love > bands whose name comes with a history, well this is what I found about the > name of Njord. Njord was the god of the sea in ” >
Thank you PIC lol
On Sat, Mar 28, 2020 at 6:23 PM 10 Degrees of Metal wrote:
> Respond to this comment by replying above this line > New comment on 10 Degrees of Metal > > * Teri Martin commented on Week 73 – NJORD > * > > My HeadBangers welcome from Sandviken, Sweden, the Viking Rock Band: > NJORD “För Sent” https://youtu.be/jQJnrrKAx-I You know I … > > Love it! > >