Tara – “Indiziert” Compact Disc

Tara - "Indiziert" Compact Disc
Very rarely does an album come along that impresses me both with musicianship and the pure, heartfelt passion of the lyrics… and from the second I heard the first track, I knew Micetrap Records had to release this album! Although she has been around for quite a while, this is Tara's second full length album and showcases her immense progress since the debut compact disc was released. Filled with ballads and rock/metal tracks, this is a must-own for all White Nationalists. 8 songs with English vocals and 5 tracks sung in German.

1. Für Helmut (Lyrics – Tara, Music – Annett)
2. Mehr Sein Als Scheinen (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
3. Kamarad, Bleib Standhaft (Lyrics – Sebastian D, Music – Tara)
4. Vor Dem Gefängnistor (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
5. Schlesierlied (German Folk Song)
6. Survivor (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
7. My Brother (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
8. If This Is Freedom (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
9. Our Flag, Our Pride (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
10. Tribute To The Fallen (Lyrics – Ken Mclellan, Music – Tara)
11. Forgotten Son Of Germany (Lyrics And Music – Tara)
12. The Dead Don’t Hear (Lyrics – Ken Mclellan, Music – Tara)
13. For Helmut (Lyrics – Tara, Music – Annett)

Mp3 Download:
Tara – “If This Is Freedom” Full Song Mp3 (6.1 mb)

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Viking Raven Banner W/ Sewn Streamers Black & White 3′ x 4′ Flag

Viking Raven Banner W/ Sewn Streamers Black & White 3' x 4' Flag

This Viking Raven banner is based on historical artifacts and descriptions. Vikings from Denmark and Norway used ravens frequently. The raven was a symbol of the Norse/German allfather Odin/Wotan.

The use of the Raven Banner by Danish and Norwegian Vikings is documented by the Anglo-Saxon chronicle, one of the Icelandic Sagas, two pennies minted by a Norse-Gaelic King in the 940s, the Bayeux Tapestry, and and various church records.

The first recorded instance of Vikings using a Raven banner is in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. In 878 it reports that Danish Vikings, who had arrived in Wessex, flew one. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle refers to the Raven banner as “guðfani,” which means war-flag.

Óláfr Sigtryggsson, who was king of Dublin and Northumbria in the mid 10th Century minted two different pennies that depicted Raven Banners. The coins were minted in York in the 940s.

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Molon Labe “Come And Take It” B&W Flag

Molon Labe "Come And Take It" B&W Flag

Molon labe (Greek) means “come and take” and is a classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army's demand that the Greeks surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae.

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Viking Raven Banner W/ Sewn Streamers Red & Black 3′ x 4′ Flag

Viking Raven Banner W/ Sewn Streamers Red & Black 3' x 4' Flag

This Viking Raven banner is based on historical artifacts and descriptions. Vikings from Denmark and Norway used ravens frequently. The raven was a symbol of the Norse/German allfather Odin/Wotan.

The use of the Raven Banner by Danish and Norwegian Vikings is documented by the Anglo-Saxon chronicle, one of the Icelandic Sagas, two pennies minted by a Norse-Gaelic King in the 940s, the Bayeux Tapestry, and and various church records.

The first recorded instance of Vikings using a Raven banner is in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. In 878 it reports that Danish Vikings, who had arrived in Wessex, flew one. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle refers to the Raven banner as “guðfani,” which means war-flag.

Óláfr Sigtryggsson, who was king of Dublin and Northumbria in the mid 10th Century minted two different pennies that depicted Raven Banners. The coins were minted in York in the 940s.

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No Remorse – “See You In Valhalla” Compact Disc

No Remorse - "See You In Valhalla" Compact Disc
See You In Valhalla
A Price To Pay
Clive Sharpe
Hold On South Africa
My Homeland
What's It All About?
Son Of Odin
Play The Winning Hand
Direct Action
Take What's Ours
Daily News
Invisible Empire

Mp3 Download:
No Remorse – “What's It All About?” (4.3 mb)

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