Lilou & John | Wirdarne

Wirdarne from Sweden is an example of the poetic beauty still dwelling in the deep forests, overshadowed by left wing plastic fake culture. The music reminds me of Waterboys old version of ”The Stolen Child”, and my thoughts go to the Swedish metal band Therion and their combination of darkness and awe. I almost get that familiar paganistic feeling when I listen to the track ”Silent Light” from the album The Smålandian Forests, and I want to go out into the wild and search for the trolls and goblins that roamed this land centuries ago. There is something primordial that links me to the old indo-european creation myths when I hear the music, something I might as well call ”sacred” or ”holy”, that dates back to eras long before the birth of written language.

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Lilou & John | Payback Day

The idea of writing the lyrics for the anti-Bolshevik anthem "Payback Day" came from a song by the old Swedish skinhead band Pluton Svea called "Öga för öga" ("An eye for an eye"), but the first version was kind of tacky and focused too much on the tragedy of growing up in a left wing family and becoming mentally ill, and as a result of that developing severe Bolshevik syndrome.

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