Winter Into Darkness Eternal Frost Rar ((HOT))
Loki soon took the Casket for himself; once he gained the throne of Asgard, he used the power of the Casket to freeze Heimdall, who was opposing him as a ruler. He then froze the Bifrost Bridge open with the Casket's power, so that the Bridge's energy would build until it destroyed Jotunheim, intending to please Odin and be named the rightful heir of Asgard. When Thor destroyed the Bridge with Mjølnir to prevent this from happening, Loki willingly fell into the black hole left behind, apparently taking the Casket with him.
Winter Into Darkness Eternal Frost Rar
In front of us was a small lake, deep, darkand unruffled. All around the edge was anatural wharf formed from the gigantic trunksof trees which had fallen for ages into the lakeand been washed by wind and waves andforced by winter ice into such regular orderand position along the shore that their arrangementlooked like the work of men.Back of this wharf and all about was the wildernessof silent wood; a wilderness enclosedby a wall of mountains, whose lofty headswere uplifted far above the soft white cloudsthat floated in the blue sky overhead andwere mirrored in the lake below. An eagle,on apparently immovable wings, soared overthe lake in spiral course. As I watched thebird its wings seemed suddenly endowed withlife. At the same instant my guide gave a lowgrunt of warning.
Evidently my guide had been making gooduse of his time while I was engaged in idlespeculation, for he led me to a point aboutfifty yards from the goat trail where there wasa possible place to descend the cliff to a ledgefifty feet below. By this time I had becomeenough of a mountaineer to follow my guideover trails which a few weeks previous wouldhave seemed to me impossible to traverse,and after a hasty and daring descent wereached the ledge, where I discovered theblack mouth of a cavern; into this hole Petethrust me and led me back some twenty yardsinto the darkness, ordered me to disrobe tothe waist, then he began a most vigorousand irritating slapping and rubbing of mychest; so insistent and persevering was hethat I really thought my skin would be peeledfrom shoulders to waist. At last he desistedand ordered me to put on all my clothes.
In the darkness I discovered another occupantof the piazza also rolled up in a blankettaken from a bed in the house. Feeling withmy hands I discovered that it was Big Pete.Comfortably settling myself in my blanket Ifelt the breeze from the mountain blowingover my face and through my hair, and itsoothed me until I dropped off into gentleslumber; but during the months I had beensleeping in the open I had learned the art, asthe saying is, of sleeping with one eye open.In this case, however, if the eye had reallybeen wide open it could have seen nothingbecause of the darkness, but the darknessdid not interfere with my ability to hear, andafter I had been sleeping awhile I foundmyself suddenly sitting bolt upright in myblankets with beads of perspiration on myforehead and that terrible sensation of horrorwhich one experiences in a nightmare. Iknew that I had heard something, but what?
Two years later (numerology!), our dudes have grown. Literally, actually, adding Marko "Baron" Tarvonen (acoustic guitar, drums) and a bevy of new instruments to their arsenal. Moonsorrow grew in the artistic sense as well since it's clear ambition has spurred on a need for them to take riskier leaps. Around this release, Henri began trolling around in Finntroll under the name Trollhorn. (I. . .don't get the concept.) As you'd expect, the folkiness of aforementioned starts creeping into Moonsorrow's jams. Accordion! Tin whistle! Mouth harp! That said, this is still frostbitten. Skip ahead to "Taistelu pohjolasta"'s second section and watch them take a seat upon the Emperor's throne. Granted, it moves toward the epic, but everything is pretty freaking ensorcelled. After all, the album's title translates to This Eternal Winter.