Dragons Of The North - 1996 - Napalm
Odin Owns Ye All - 1998 - Century Media
Norwegian Native Art - 2000 - Native North
Blot - 2003 - Tabu
Norrøn - 2011 - Indie
Av Oss, For Oss - 2015 - Indie
Norrøne Spor – 2018 – Indie
North Star – 2021 - Napalm
Norse And Dangerous (Live… From The Land Of Legends) – 2022 - Napalm

Einherjer image
S= Nidhogg [Rune Bjelland] - Ragnar Vikse>>Spirits Of The Dead - Battered>>GRIMAR [FRODE GLESNES]>>Battered

G= Beelzebub, Angelgrinder, Twilight Of The Gods, Battered>>Grimmar [Frode Glesnes]>>Angelgrinder, Battered, Twilight Of The Gods - Audun Wold - Battered>>Aksel Herløe>>Battered – Hillbilly Blitzkrieg, Fear Theories>>OLE SØNSTABØ>>Fear Theories – TOM ENGE

B= Thonar - Stein Sund>>Thundra - Erik Elden - Carpathian Forest, Emperor, Green Carnation>>Tchort>>Carpathian Forest, Emperor, Green Carnation, Blood Red Throne - Thundra>>Stein Sund – Beelzebub, Angelgrinder, Twilight Of The Gods, Battered>>GRIMAR [FRODE GLESNES]>>Battered

D= Beelzebub, Angelgrinder, Battered>>GERHARD ‘ULVAR’ STORESUND>>Angelgrinder, Battered

K= Beelzebub, Angelgrinder, Battered>>GERHARD ‘ULVAR’ STORESUND>>Angelgrinder, Battered

History & Biography
Calling themselves Viking Metal, Norway's Einherjer was named after the mythical Nordic martyr ascended to Valhalla. The band was formed in western Norway, at a party of Ivar Bjornson of Enslaved, in 1993 and released the Aurora Borealis EP on Warmageddon/Necropolis after the demo of the same material.

The band's first ever gig was supporting Enslaved in 1994. The band also had a 7" on Necromantic Gallery/Damnation of The Netherlands in 1995. The first full-length was Dragons Of The North and appeared in 1996. This was recorded and mixed during the spring and summer of 1996 at the infamous Grieghallen Studio. In 1997 released the Far Far North 7" which was actually a re-recorded version of the Leve Vikingånden 7". The band underwent a line-up change and a new singer and bassist (Elden) are recruited. In 1999 the band lost its Century Media deal after a relatively negative reaction to Odin...

The band formed its own Native North label and recorded Norwegian Native Art. Herløe became the second guitarist on Norwegian Native Art. The band supported King Diamond during the European tour of House Of God. 2001 meant the band would go to the USA for Metal Meltdown III and The Milwaukee Metal Fest.

The band members formed an extreme side-project called Angelgrinder on Native North Records. A new three-song demo was recorded in 2002 for promotional purposes. The band officially threw in the towel in January, 2004.

In 2008, the band announced a reunion for a single appearance at the Ragnarök VI Festival, which was scheduled for April 17-18, 2009 in Germany. Singer Ragnar Vikse was back with a new rock band called Spirits Of The Dead. Frode joined Bathory cover band Twilight Of The Gods in 2010. Eight years following the release of Blot, Einherjer would issue its ‘comeback’ album, Nørrøn, on September 9th through Indie Recordings. The album was recorded at Studio Borealis and was produced by Einherjer's Frode Glesnes. The band did not feature an official bassist and Grimar was also officially on vocals. Einherjer was touring Canada in March of 2013. The band released Av Oss, For Oss in North America through Indie Recordings in January of 2015. The album was written and produced by the band and mixed by Matt Hyde (Hatebreed, Slayer, Children Of Bodom, Monster Magnet et al). Dragons Of The North XX in 2016 was a rerecording. Einherjer released an album called Norrøne Spor in November. Ole Sønstabø was on second guitar. Tom Enge was on second guitar as of 2020.

Einherjer had a live album called Norse And Dangerous (Live… From The Land Of Legends) through Napalm Records in August 2022. It was available as LP (limited to 300 copies) and digital. It was recorded in Norway in 2021. The band was confirmed For 70000 Tons Of Metal 2024