Korpiklaani – Wooden Pints
Warriors who know how to party
Do you and your warrior buddies need a jolly drinking song to bonk heads to in the woods? Check out this Korpiklaani classic. They are a Finnish Folk Metal Band that writes songs about mythical stories, nature and of course drinking – that is, when they are not wrastlin in the woods. Korpiklaani itself is Finnish for “clan of warriors.” They look like they had a lot of fun in the making of this video; especially the guy on the left banging the drum with a stick. So take a swig of the nearest mead or grog you can find and party in the woods like you just don’t care. If this isn’t what being a Pagan Warrior is about, I don’t know what is.
This entry was posted on August 23, 2012 by Metalgaia. It was filed under Folk Metal/Folk Music, Music and was tagged with Finnish, folk metal, korpiklaani, mythical stories, nature, wooden pints.
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August 24, 2012 at 8:44 am