Located in the Faroes, several islands between Iceland and Norway that is an autonomous region from the Kingdom of Denmark since 1948, Týr record and execute both in English and within their indigenous Faroese language. The intensifying folk/Viking metal clothing shaped in 1998 in Denmark across the abilities of Heri Joensen, Kári Streymoy, and Gunnar H. Thomsen. Joensen’s sibling Jón and vocalist Pól Arni Holm became a member of the group because of its 2002 debut, WHAT LENGTHS to Asgaard, but remaining immediately after. New guitarist Terji Skibenæs changed Jón and Streymoy’s sibling Allan required over vocal responsibilities on the solitary Ólavur Riddararós. After Allan’s departure, Heri required over business lead vocal duties as well as the music group began focus on its discovery song routine, Eric the Crimson. Inspired greatly by Norse mythology (the group is known as following a Norse god of battle), Eric the Crimson was originally released in 2003 around the local Tutl label, but discovered international achievement when it had been reissued by Western huge Napalm. The blistering Ragnarok found its way to 2006, accompanied by Property in 2008 and By the Light from the North Star in ’09 2009, all three which helped generate the group accolades both regional and international because of its complex plans and eager ear for traditional Scandinavian-infused melody.