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2013 release, the seventh studio album by the Finnish Death Metal band. Founded in 1998 by guitarist and vocalist Pekka Kokko after his former band, Ancestor, disbanded. The band's name comes from a Karelian word that translates as 'to the grave'. This album will make the third time the word `Swamp' has appeared in their album titles.
|1. Seventh Swamphony|
|5. Windlake Tale|
|6. Wolves on the Throne|
|7. Black Marten's Trace|
|8. The Trapper|
Kalmah was one of my favorite bands when I first started to listen to metal music but now I'm getting tired of the over keyboarding and vocal. Read morePublished 12 months ago by blackmarkedsign
Kalmah's Seventh Swamphony kicks @**! This is my favorite Kalmah disc out of all I own. It is a great style, with the band constantly evolving and adding new elements, such as... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gary S.
Kalmah is back and they continue to do what they do best, kick our asses with some fast paced Finnish melo-death Metal. Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by Brandon
Great new album, you can tell it's a Kalmah album from the very beginning, definitely recommend this to any Kalmah fan or swamp metal fan.Published on June 30, 2013 by ROBERTO A. BAHENA
What more can be said about this band? Thrash/Black/Neo-Classical Metal Masters. The mighty Kalmah return in fine form for their Seventh Swamphony! Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Pixxlethepally