This is Kir Erikson’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Kir Erikson

North Pole, Alaska
You’re now following Kir Erikson, which means you’ll see a story in your music feed whenever Kir Erikson collects new music. We’ll also send you the occasional email summarizing the activity of all the fans you follow (you can turn that off over on your settings, if you prefer).


14 artists, 0 fans  
I like metal. I also like folk music from several different corners of this crazy planet. If it's mixed with metal, that's even better.
last played
now playing
  1. Sanctuary
    by Beyond Forgiveness
    track 00:00/00:00
  2. The Ferrymans Shore ep
    by Beyond Forgiveness
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Intro/A warrior's Blessing Intro/A warrior's Blessing
  3. Your Haunting Eyes
    by Beyond Forgiveness
    track 00:00/00:00
  4. Disengage (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]
    by Circle of Dust
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Yurasuka Yurasuka
    I remember trying to find this album on CD way back in the day. My girlfreind and I finally found a copy and listened to it often for several years.
  5. Metachthonia
    by Thrawsunblat
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Dead of Winter Dead of Winter
    A very nice evolution from WotCoS. It's still Thrawsunblat, but better.
    It was really cool to have Rae lend some vocals. I hope we hear more of her on T IV.
  6. Euphoreon
    by Euphoreon
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining
    A nearly flawless blend of many kinds of metal backed by superb musicianship and production.
    If I had to label, I'd call it melodic death, but there is a lot here for the waiting ear to explore.
  7. Canada 2010
    by Thrawsunblat
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Black Sky Black Sky
  8. Wanderer on the Continent of Saplings
    by Thrawsunblat
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Song of the Nihilist Song of the Nihilist
    Like Wilderun, this is some really neat folk metal. It's marching to its own beat, not really following anything in particular. It's also very American, like Wilderun, but the style is totally its own. You can tell these guys love their patch of earth.
    The folk is really evident and well done here. In fact, the pure folk tracks easily stand on their own. The metal is raw but purposeful, the musicianship is phenomenal, and the passion comes through. It's just outstanding!
  9. Vast Arboreal Sky EP
    by Thrawsunblat
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Vastland (Acoustic) Vastland (Acoustic)
  10. Sleep at the Edge of the Earth
    by Wilderun
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    The Garden of Fire The Garden of Fire
    It's folk metal that is neither tired nor contrived. It's real, and it's American. Not like in a jingoistic "Murica!" sort of way, but in the way that it's American folklore and folk music. The metal side is also really inspired, mixing death, black, prog really masterfully.
    Don't get me wrong, I love Eluveitie and Ensiferum, but this is nothing like that. It really unique and really good!
  11. Soulstorm
    by Unleash The Archers
    track 00:00/00:00
    'Cause it rocks!
    What else should I say?