Having a solid fascination with the mythological areas of Norse history, Frode Glesnes (guitar) and Gerhard Storesund (drums) shaped Einherjer in early 1993 from their house country of Norway. The self-proclaimed forerunners of “Viking Metallic” first strike the studio down the road that yr with vocalist Rune Bjelland and bassist Audun Wold to record their demonstration Aurora Borealis (consequently reissued in early 2000). After some reputation through the entire Scandaivian area thanks to the demo plus some touring, their second EP Leve Vikingaanden premiered in 1994, thanks to Neromantic Gallery Prod./Damnation Distribution. Arrive 1996, using the move of Wold on second acoustic guitar as well as the addition of bassist of Stein Sund, a offer was struck with Napalm Information, who their first record, Dragons from the North, and their follow-up EP, Considerably Considerably North, that was instead released by Century Mass media Information in 1997. Following a tiny lineup transformation for another year to arrive, Glesnes and Storesund continued to be because the recruitment of Ragnar Viske had taken over over the mic, while Erik Elden loaded on bass responsibilities. Using the lineup finally unchanged, Einherjer’s second full-length, Odin Owns Ye All, noticed the light of time in 1998.