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Thor ( )

Triumphant
Thortoen ( )
Whenever I see barbarians fighting monsters protecting sluts on an album cover I know that the parties involved are serious about rock. Thor appears to be a real life barbarian. If the bomb dropped and we started fighting for gas, I would look to follow him like a messiah. With song titles like “Thunder on the Tundra� “Vikings Funeral� and “The Guardians Flame Opus� to name a few, this album takes you on a journey through ancient battles, tales of mighty warriors and high adventure indeed. I feel ashamed after listening to this album, I feel embarrassed that I do not own a suit of leather armour. If I had daughters (and if they were sluts) I would rest better knowing that a man like Thor walked the tundra to protect them. Thor is a modern Viking, bringing the onslaught of metal to a land in need of plunder. May Valhalla prepare a seat for its’ last champion.

By Douglas Nagy
Oct 7, 2003

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