#25: Nature, Music & Festivals: Interview with Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved) & Jeremy and Alex (Fire In The Mountains Festival)

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The epic metal podcast - The Fire That Burns. A podcast focusing on power, symphonic, folk, pagan, viking and black metal. For fans of all metal with a taste of fantasy!
Welcome epic metalhead to the world of epic metal here in The Fire That Burns. Podcast #25 is out now and in this special podcast your epic metal host, Søren Weiss, takes you on a journey to some of the most remote and beautiful places of the world. Throughout July and August, your host traveled many different places of the world to take part in a handful of the wildest festivals he was been able to track down. From the deep forests to the highest mountains. From a prison yard and to Islands way up north in the North Atlantic Sea. Fire In The Mountains in Wyoming, G Festival on the Faroe Islands, Midgardsblot in Norway, Jailbreak in Horsens and Wacken Open Air in Germany.
You will get an in depth conversation between the two creators of Fire In The Mountains Jeremy Walker & Alex Feher and Ivar Bjørnson from Enslaved. During the talk, you will hear their views on how nature and culture have an impact on the music we hear today and how Fire In The Mountains in particular today plays an important role in conveying the unity between music, nature and cultural origins.
Get ready to explore some of the coolest and jaw-dropping festivals in the world in this special podcast #25
Guest: Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved), Jeremy Walker & Alex Feher (Fire In The Mountains Festival)
PLAYLIST EPISODE #25
Iotunn - Waves Below
Enslaved - Kingdom
Lamentari - Synodus Horrenda
Sabaton - Stormtroopers
Wardruna - Synkverv
Heilung - Anoana

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