Nord Vulpes - Salute! We are fine!
Heinrich Wigge - Hey. All perfectly
Nord Vulpes - The originality and strong foundation of solo projects became a kind of gateway to a joint idea, and the second part of the split album only showed that by joining forces we can achieve a lot by creating something new and even more unique than individually.
Heinrich Wigge -
It all started with modern albums. Then the idea came to unite.
Your musical influences
Nord Vulpes - Well, first of all, it is the pagan culture of our distant ancestors and mythology. Then the forgotten exploits of our soldiers and soldiers, we are trying to reflect and recall all this, because we must remember the past in order to build a good future. There are many inspirations - northern shamanism, mythology of the Slavs, folklore of the peoples of the world, pre-Islamic Arabia, the ancient East, demonology, history, urban legends. We reflect all this in music and poetry so as not to forget the cult of our ancestors and our true roots, as well as the idea of pan-Slavism and pan-European traditions as a counterweight to globalization and tolerant multiculturalism.
Heinrich Wigge - Our songs are the theme of the Motherland. We do not forget about our history and ancestors, about culture and traditions. This is important in our time.