Panzerwar/Lungtoucher "The Battle of Jorvik" spit CS
LIMIT ONE PER PERSON.
NOTE: THERE HAS BEEN A SLIGHT DELAY IN SHIPMENT FROM THE PLANT. THESE ARE ARRIVING THE WEEK OF JUNE 21. ORDERS WILL SHIP ONCE RECEIVED.
"Jórvík had been founded as the Roman legionary fortress of Eboracum and was revived as the Anglo-Saxon trading port of Eoforwic. Jórvík was first captured in 866 by Ivar the Boneless, leading a large army of Scandinavian warriors, called the Great Heathen Army. They landed in East Anglia and made their way North. The historical invasion of Northumbria in 866 occurred in retaliation for Ragnarr's execution. According to Ragnarssona þáttr, King Ælla, captured the legendary Vikingr leader, Ragnarr Loðbrók and put him to death in a pit of snakes. Norse sources claim that Ragnarr's sons tortured Ælla to death by the method of the blood eagle."
A conceptual album created by Canada's Panzerwar and England's Lungtoucher (with intro and outro created by Maiden Hair Ov England), "The Battle of Jorvik" CS is a 9 song opus of blood and war, of story and song.
Limited to an undisclosed amount on clear blue and clear shell cassette tapes shipped randomly to customers with J-card artwork design housed in a Norelco case.