Christian Kolf: Guitars, Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals, Synthesizer
Florian Toyka: Bass, Clean and Acoustic Guitars, Vocals
Patrick Schroeder: Drums, Vocals, Synthesizer
Tracks 1-6 recorded in winter 2003 at Studio 308 and Flammenmeer Studio by Tim Steffens and Island. Mixed and mastered by Armin Rave and Island at Soundsight Studio, March - April 2007. Tracks 7-10 recorded in summer 2004 at Studio 308 by Jan Buckard and Island. Mixed in winter 2005 at BGM Studio by Armin Rave and Island. Paintings and layout by Jan Buckard.
PSA: if there was an album you heard a couple years ago and thought it was ok, listen to it again and you might love it.
That's what happened to me with this album. I cannot fathom why it didn't stick with me back then. Same thing happened with Decoherence's Unitarity for that matter. Matten
Researched Icelandic bands before being able to visit the country in 2019 and found primarily Misþyrming!!!! They reignited and intensified an existing ( and somewhat on the back burner at the time ) love of heavy music. Even listened on the flight there! I have gotten into a lot of great bands because of them. hellaganj2000
The complex brutality of Valborg never gets boring. I also need to point out how unique and genius their lyrics are, hitting the core of all important questions; I would label those 'meaningful Dadaism'. Their music reaches out to hidden dimensions within us, you can't shake off the feeling that songs like 'Nahtod', 'Nonnenstern' or 'Vakuum' leave you with. I feel deeply known and deeply lost at the same time. Entleiber