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This is the tumblr blog of Wilwarien.

The blog is a collection brainfarts, juvenile comments, flighty thoughts and random things that may or may not concern Tanz der Vampire, European musicals, pretty pictures, bats, things I find aesthetically pleasing or things that inspire me, people with long hair and occasional headbanging.

Abandon all sanity, ye who enter here.


Anaria - I see fire (cover)

Wardruna - Helvegen

2 months ago1 note
#Wardruna #music #thank groke for sisters who introduce you to awesome music #Youtube

5 months ago33,609 notes©
#beautiful things #audios #music


Land Of Snow and Sorrow | Wintersun

6 months ago1,426 notes©
#Wintersun #this whole album is pure perfection #music #audios

PelleK - The Rains of Castamere

*whispers* norwegians

6 months ago31 notes
#PelleK #music #Youtube #covers #eargasm

If you ever wanted a metal version of Scarborough Fair, here it is.

7 months ago3 notes
#music #Youtube #Leaves' Eyes #this is relevant to my interests

Timo Rautiainen, Ismo Alanko, Toni Wirtanen ja Jarkko Martikainen - Tiernapojat

christmasing intensifies

8 months ago2 notes
#music #audios #Youtube


Ivan, you are truely my champion!!!

He needs to sing more Queen. Period.

8 months ago6 notes©
#Ivan Ozhogin #Queen #music #videos

Ivan Ozhogin - Just A Gigolo

Is it just me or is his English getting better?

8 months ago8 notes
#Ivan Ozhogin #singers #actors #Russian #music #Youtube #videos

Some cheery Finnish Christmas charols! 


As requested, here is some lovely and cheery Finnish christmas charols with traditional and heavy metal versions. Some of these are from pikkulaku’s list:

Varpunen jouluaamuna” (Sparrow on a Christmas Morning)

Tells a story of a girl and her dead little brother. The brother has died of famine, but visits the girl on Christmas morning in a shape of a sparrow. “The morsel of food you offered brought me from the land on angels.

Traditional version / Metal version by Marco Hietala

"Sylvian joululaulu" (Christmas Song for Sylvia)

A poet is in Mediterrian countryside on Christmas, where everything is in bloom and trees are lush. He misses FInland, and expresses his longing by singing about a bird in a cage, who stops singing and finally dies.

Traditional version / Metal version by Antony Parviainen

"Hei tonttu-ukot hyppikää" (Jump, Christmas Elves)

Don’t let the happy jumping fool you. The song reminds us, that “life is short, and it’s mostly dark and gloomy”.

Traditional version (beginning of the song) / Metal version by Ajattara

"Tonttu ei vaan saa unta" (The Elf Can’t Sleep)

Incredibly long and sorrowful song about House Elf, who can’t sleep but wonders about his farm, checking on the people and livestock.

Traditional version / Metal version by J-P Leppäluoto

"Me käymme joulun viettohon" (We are celebrating Christmas)

Song about how we are celebrating the Christmas, eating well and giving each other plenty of presents. In the same time the heavenly child is empty handed and forgotten and, depending how you understand the song, lost or suffocated by the snow. 

Traditional version / Metal version by Tony Kakko

"Konsta Jylhän joululaulu" (Konsta Jylhä’s Christmas charol)

A song about a young boy who walks alone in the cemetary to lay a candle to his mother’s grave. The boy wonders if he’ll be ever able to celebrate Christmas with laughter like others do as his home feels like it’s not blessed at all. He hears a voice of the child of the Christmas who takes him back in time to witness the first Christmas ever. 

Traditional version / Metal version by J-P Leppäluoto

Merry Christmas!

8 months ago862 notes©
#Christmas is a time of joy and light or what??? #music #Konsta Jylhän Joululaulu sung by J-P Leppäluoto might just be my all time favourite Christmas song #Finland is winland