Nattfödd

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Nattfödd
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Studio album by Finntroll
Released April 19, 2004
Recorded October 24 – November 14, 2003
Genre Folk metal, black metal
Length 36:30
Label Spinefarm
Producer Henri Sorvali, Sami Uusitalo
Finntroll chronology
'Trollhammaren'
(2004)
Nattfödd
(2004)
'Ur jordens djup'
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Metal Storm 9.5/10 stars[2]

Nattfödd (English: Nightborn) is the third studio album by the Finnish folk metal band Finntroll. It was released on April 19, 2004 by Spinefarm Records in Finland and by Century Media outside.

Nattfödd marks a change in the musical direction of Finntroll, as they drift into a slightly slower, less frenzied sound that is reminiscent of some songs from their first album, Midnattens widunder. It also incorporates some of the acoustic and ambient elements from their previous album, Visor om slutet, though is largely a return to the band's black and folk metal roots.

A special edition of the album includes the EP Trollhammaren as a bonus disc.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Vindfärd/Människopesten" ("Windtravel/Human Plague") 05:36
2. "Eliytres" 03:46
3. "Fiskarens fiende" ("Fisherman's Enemy") 03:47
4. "Trollhammaren" ("The Trollhammer") 03:33
5. "Nattfödd" ("Nightborn") 04:51
6. "Ursvamp" ("Ancient Mushroom") 02:03
7. "Marknadsvisan" ("Market Tune") 02:00
8. "Det iskalla trollblodet" ("The Icecold Trollblood") 03:54
9. "Grottans barn" ("Children of the Cave") 04:37
10. "Rök" ("Smoke") 02:23
Total length: 36:30
  • Tracks 1, 8 and 9 lyrics and music by Trollhorn.
  • Tracks 2-4 and 6 lyrics by Wilska, music by Trollhorn/Tundra.
  • Track 5 lyrics by Wilska, music by Trollhorn.
  • Track 7 lyrics by Trollhorn, music by Routa/Trollhorn/Tundra.
  • Track 10 music by Routa.

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduaredo. Nattfödd review allmusic.com. Retrieved on 2011-07-03.
  2. ^ "Finntroll - Nattfödd review - Metal Storm". April 13, 2004. Retrieved August 23, 2013.