It’s time for another Thrash Hits festival splash page – and this time it’s for Hammerfest. All of our Hammerfest 2013 coverage from the weekend will be linked to on this here post, so make sure you bookmark it as it’s all you’re going to need. Yep. That means individual band coverage (photos, setlists and maybe even some reviews), all the dodgy rumours and awful gossip our man David Keevill overhears, and every single photo of Wales-based debauchery that Gary Wolstenholme and Jenn McCambridge snap will be here.
Heidevolk was founded in September 2002, in Arnhem, The Netherlands. However it was originally named Hymir. They create folk-metal with clean vocals. Their music is inspired by nature, mythology, and the history of northwestern-Europe in general, and of the Dutch province of Gelderland in particular.
Heidevolk is a band which distinguishes itself by its unique style that, amongst other things, is a mixture of:
• Bombastic vocals in Dutch;
• Influences from folk music; Read more on Last.fm
Heidevolk on Thrash Hits
March 16th, 2013
The entire concept of a Dutch folk/viking metal band kind of baffles us. Luckily Heidevolk have a frontman like Joris Boghtdrincker – a man with a name that sounds like the Dutch translation of Clarence Boddicker – pulling poses like you would not believe. Unless you look at our photo gallery, that is. Then you’ll have seen them and believing it won’t be an issue. Durrr.