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Album Review: THE FLIGHT OF SLEIPNIR V.

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By: Alex Phillips

Label: Napalm Records

Available: 28 November

Official Website: http://www.theflightofsleipnir.com/news.html

 

The Flight of Sleipnir, from Colorado, consists of two permanent members, David Csicsely and Clayton Cushman, who have an obvious love for their craft and a gift for songwriting. I had never heard of them until I received the promo for their fifth album, V. I set the album to play. The first question that came to mind was, is this just another American band attempting to capitalize on Scandinavian lore? Sleipnir is the offspring of Loki and the stallion Svadilfari, an eight-legged steed that bore Odin across seas and skies and to the underworld and back. Well, I reasoned, Napalm Records doesn’t sign just any old band—there must be something special about them. Continue reading Album Review: THE FLIGHT OF SLEIPNIR V.