"Saga" is the band's 4th album and by now I think we can dispense with comparisons. The Flight Of Sleipnir have become their own reference - a fact to which a large and continuously growing fan base attests.
On "Saga" David & Clay have further refined what has become their very own style, a totally unique combination of Viking and Doom Metal with progessive elements, which they developed and improved with every release.
In this respect, the new album is a consequent continuation of "Essence Of Nine", with its focus on acoustic parts, melodic guitar leads and clean vocals on the one hand, and raw Viking/Black Metal outbursts on the other, everything merged into a seamless whole. In short, an exciting and never boring or repetitive journey through a rough northern landscape, interspersed with relaxed nights around the campfire.
1 Prologue 02:20
2 Reaffirmation 04:56
3 Reverence 04:54
4 Harrowing Desperation 05:18
5 Heavy Rest The Chains Of The Damned 04:15
6 Judgment 05:22
7 Demise Carries With It A Song 04:39
8 The Mountain 05:08
9 Hour Of Cessation 06:48
10 Remission 03:45
11 Beneath Red Skies 05:15
12 Epilogue 05:55