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|Years active||2005 - present|
|Members||Cristoffer J.S. Frederiksen
Hans-Jørgen Martinus Hansen
|Past members||Danni Jelsgaard
Michael Lundquist Andersen
Claus B. Gnudtzmann
Stewart C. Lewis
Henrik S. Christensen
On December 17, 2008, Michael Lundquist Andersen, Niels Thøgersen, Claus B. Gnudtzmann and Martin Kielland-Brandt announced they had left the band because of different opinions on how to run a band and how the music should sound. The band's whistler, Stewart Lewis, is currently on a hiatus due to the continuing state of his wife’s ill health. On February 22, 2009, Svartsot had announced their new band lineup is complete. Stewart Lewis was replaced for live shows, but is still considered a member of the band.
In 2010, the band released a new album, Mulmets Viser, through Napalm Records. Despite Cristoffer J.S. Frederiksen being the only remaining member of the previous lineup, his position as the band's guitarist, composer and lyricist ensured that the band retained its musical identity. Mulmets Viser garnered a fairly positive critical response, although several critics pointed out that the band's strict adherence to their particular formula resulted in the album gradually losing listeners' attention as it progressed.
- Thor Bager - Vocals
- Cristoffer J.S. Frederiksen - lead guitar, mandolin, acoustic guitar
- James Atkin - Bass
- Michael Alm - Rhythm guitar
- Frederik Uglebjerg - drums
- Hans-Jørgen Martinus Hansen - Irish whistles, mandolin, Accordion, bodhran and other instruments
- Stewart C. Lewis - Irish whistles, bodhran, axes & other instruments
- (On hiatus due to his wife's ill health)
- Danni Jelsgaard - drums
- Michael Lundquist Andersen - guitar
- Niels Thøgersen - drums
- Claus B. Gnudtzmann - vocals
- Martin Kielland-Brandt - bass
- Cliff Nemanim - Rhythm guitars
- Marcello Freitas - drums
- Henrik S. Christensen - bass
- Svundne Tider (2005)
- Tvende Ravne (2006)
- Svartsot. Metal Storm. Accessed March 7th, 2012.
- Svartsot. Encyclopaedia Metallum. Accessed March 7th, 2012.
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