Yeah. That' s the best group in the world I think. However in Poland where I live it's rather not very popular. To say the truth I don't know anybody besides me who listens to it
>>By banshee (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 20:41)
Not only you Banshee!
I have discovered Hagalaz few days ago but I feel as if it was music that played in my heart for long time......
>>By Coen (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 20:45)
I only know "Volven" -yet- but i think i've found natural, sincere music, with shamanistic sounds in it. Maybe Hagalaz wont agree, but probably it is better for her not to be too pupular...
Greetings from Hungary!
>>By Mattyokar (Friday, 14 Mar 2003 13:52)
I'm from México and this music is not very popular but Hagalaz Runedance is great, i support the opinio of Banshee, Coen and Mattyokar
>>By Thor (Monday, 17 Mar 2003 22:33)
Heil Warriors ! I am from Brazil. Here, Hagalaz is not so known, but anyway Hagalaz Runedance's music is powerfull, majestic and dedicated to all true Pagan People around the world, to discover and celebrate the contact with nature. Greeting to you all and keep the Flame burning !
>>By Herr Krieger (Thursday, 10 Apr 2003 01:01)
Hail all ! I am from Spain
The music of Hagalaz Runedance is very enchanting and it has that natural inviting atmosphere . The chanting is so moving and evocative , timeless traditional folk/pagan music . Music fronted with a far , far intelligent mind .
>>By Seidr (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 15:57)
Where can I get that fury to fight for the revival of pagan spirituality and respect of nature in this ignorant, suicidal, and mute world from ? I don't agree to Mattyokar's opinion that acts like Hagalaz' Runedance should remain lesser known only in order to preserve the shroud of mistery's charm. It is a matter of survival. PAGANS, ARISE !
Ofidron King of Serpents from Romania
>>By Ofidron (Sunday, 4 May 2003 13:26)
As I can see from your comments, Hagalaz' is famous...people from all over the world know them...even me! And it's fascinating!!!
>>By Isengard (Tuesday, 6 May 2003 16:57)
Since I have discovered Hagalaz Runedance with her debut 7"ep and having corresponded with her back in 95, I have never again heard another artist who had more deep rooted traditional values and still remained integral with her heathen convictions amidst all this mass media music circus. Andrea has shown that the heathen heart still burns bright and that although our modern decadent world is ever growing around us, some have kept our ancestral spirit alive. To you Andreal I raise my horn and to the hig ones of Asghardhr. VOR TRU.
from Northern Vinlandic soil (quebec)
>>By Vjohrrnt Vargr Wodansson (Monday, 12 May 2003 00:02)
As I can see I'm not the only one Hagalaz' Runedance's fan from Poland. I think it's a great thing to have so many brothers and sisters on over the world. Keep the pagan flame alive !
>>By mefi100 (Tuesday, 13 May 2003 12:18)
hail brothers and sisters
just discovered hagalaz runedance and i am very impressed. its great that there is music out there that is staying true to the traditional beliefs of our ancestors. if anyone has any suggestions for other musicians with a similar message please post them.
>>By wingman (Friday, 23 May 2003 03:37)
maybe HR in Poland where I live it's rather not very popular but great
>>By Tytus deZOO (Thursday, 29 May 2003 21:14)
>>By Jorras (Saturday, 31 May 2003 21:48)
I'm from Poland too... And I think i love this group. But in my country their music is very difficult to find... Maybe somebody form Poland got in on mp3?
>>By Morgana (Monday, 23 Jun 2003 01:18)
HEI! I am from Pantanal,Brasil,Hagalaz is very good!
When i hear it, i can ride on other worlds! I am wrighting a book of medieval histories, and Hagalaz is a great music to hear in this time.thanks!
>>By Jorras (Sunday, 29 Jun 2003 06:01)
I'am also from Poland and i say there is so few people that knows Hagalaz. And i'm trying to get it at MP3 without any result.
But this is the gratest music ever!
>>By MoRel (Tuesday, 1 Jul 2003 00:45)
I am from the USA and I think Hagalaz is one of many excellent bands that are overlooked here in the states because the big labels are pushing junk instead. Hekate, Estampie, Hedningarna, Garmarna, The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath a Cloud, XVII° VIE, and Ulf Söderberg are some more bands that you folks may be interested in. There are a gazilion more bands from all around the world, but this should give you a good starting point.
>>By curse914 (Wednesday, 23 Jul 2003 06:04)
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