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Birth name
  
Markus Tummers

Role
  
Musical Artist

Name
  
Vratyas Vakyas


Years active
  
1989 - present

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Instruments
  
VocalsGuitarBass guitarDrumsKeyboard

Associated acts
  
FalkenbachCrimson Gates

Genres
  
folk metal, viking metal, black metal

Record labels
  
Napalm Records, No Colours Records

Albums
  
Tiurida, Heralding ‑ The Fireblade, Magni Blandinn Ok Megin, En Their Medh Riki Fara, Ok nefna tysvar Ty

Similar
  
Falkenbach, Myrkgrav, Folkearth, Thyrfing, Mithotyn

Occupation(s)
  
Music group
  
Falkenbach (Since 1989)


Born
  
1972/1973 (age 47-48) Germany

Falkenbach - runes shall you know (lyrics)


Vratyas Vakyas is a German musician and the only full-time member of the folk/black/Viking metal band Falkenbach. The phrase Vratyas Vakyas can be translated as "the searching wanderer". He started writing music around 1989 and between 1991 and 1993 he played Guitar in a band called Crimson Gates which released two demos and did two live shows. The band was then put to rest since they had decided to stop the band as soon as one band member left. Vratyas Vakyas has since recorded several demos and six studio albums for Falkenbach.

Contents

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Falkenbach - Time Between Dog and Wolf (with lyrics)


Demos

  • Hávamál (1989)
  • Tanfana (1990)
  • Towards Solens Golden Light (1991)
  • Demo 1 (1991–1993)* (as Crimson Gates?)
  • Demo 2 (1991–1994)* (as Crimson Gates?)
  • Laeknishendr (1995)
  • Promo '95 (1995)
  • ...Skínn af sverði sól valtíva... (1996)
  • Ásynja (1996?)*
  • There were a total of nine Falkenbach demos. There are two demos that little to nothing is known about, and the asterisked demos have an unknown track listing.

    Full-length albums

  • ...En their medh ríki fara... (1996)
  • ...Magni blandinn ok megintiri... (1998)
  • Ok nefna tysvar Ty (2003)
  • Heralding – The Fireblade (2005)
  • Tiurida (2011)
  • Asa (2013)
  • References

    Vratyas Vakyas Wikipedia