"Bogefod" is the fourth album released by Sarke and this record is very good. The album is very heavy because it is a mixture of black metal with thrash metal, meaning this is a striking feature in Sarke's albums. Some influences and similarities with Satyricon ( "Now, Diabolical" and "The Age of Nero" phase) are present in tracks like "Taken", "Blood of Men" and "Alternation" allied with the power and black magic of Celtic Frost. "Barrow of Torolv" is undoubtedly one of the best tracks on this album and this song is worthy of having a video clip. Other notable tracks are "Burn", "Dawning" (Beate Amundsen on vocals - a beautiful song, being the most different from this album) and "Sunken". Regarding the name of the album, Bogefod is the name of a viking king who dies and wakes up again in his tomb. This is a 1000 year old Nordic saga inspired by Eyrbyggja Saga. It is important to mention that the lyrics made for "Bogefod" were written by Hilde Nymoen. Terje Johnsen was the author of this cover art (macabre, dark and intense). "Bogefod" is another great record of 2016.