Norvhar unveiled brand new single ‘Skyline of Fame’

About one year and a half after the official release of their debut album KAUNA, Swiss Epic Folk-Metallers Norvhar just unveiled a brand new single called “Skyline Of Fame” (feat. Eluveitie) and with its official music video.

In addition to the video, the single, featuring Chrigel Glanzmann from Eluveitie, is also available on the main streaming services (Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Spotify…) + Bandcamp.

Formed in early 2018, NORVHAR is oriented towards pagan/folk/epic metal. It consists of six skilled musicians.
All of them have a strong stage experiences and are part of other bands. Those six friends offer a music which is inspired, epic, melodic, but which also makes you want to drink beers until the end of times. Vastly inspired by Tolkien’s universe, but also by Nordic mythology and Fantasy books lores, their texts are dense and deep, filled with adventures and battles, with mystical tales and latent alcoholism.
The folk melodies, sometimes played on the keyboard, sometime on the flute or on acoustic instruments, intermingle with powerful and sharp guitars, all punctuated by intense bass and battle-like drums. The vocals, straight out of the plains of Valhalla are calling the warriors to battle by their unquenchable fire.
NORVHAR has released their first record titled “KAUNA” on February 2019 but 18 months later and after the departure of two members, the band released a new single “Skyline of Fame“.

Norvhar are:
Matt F – Vocals, flute
Nico – Rythmic guitar, backing vocals
Alessio – Lead guitar
Matt H – Bass
We love / live rock music – heavy metal music. We want to support the greek rock/metal scene – we want to support the rock/metal scene around the world. If you need support, send us info about your band at

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