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Devil In Me EP
Fearless full album



Legend: they are the new ones - yet they are not new. They are Krummi Björgvinsson, artist and singer/songwriter of the famed rock band Minus. And Halldor Björnsson, composer/producer of innumerable works of musical mastercraft.

Over the past 10 years these two friends had both separately become giants in the Scandinavian music scene. But, Legend had to become.

As the tale tells, one night their passion for electronica, plus a seemingly quasi-telepathic studio work process -and copious amounts of beer - led a song called 'Devil In Me' to be born. This song was leaked to an Icelandic radio station and soared up to the top of the charts.

Realising this had become more than an experiment, the duo took the name Legend, after Ridley Scott's cult film about a fantastical battle between darkness and light. The same theme of spiritual conflict permeates their music, leading many to label it as 80s goth electro. But, rest assured, this album is luminous, as these two talents combined shine brightly.

The long awaited critically acclaimed debut album Fearless is out now!

"If someone releases a better album this year than ' Fearless ' we will be astounded."
—The Ghost of Leif Ericson blog
"Dark, depressing music that’s still fun and danceable, in the same vein as Dorsetshire or The Tear Garden."
—Rebecca Louder, Reykjavik Grapevine
"They cannot do much wrong."
—Bast Magazine
"Atmospheric industrial, eerie goth and pop with a dash of Icelandic oddity."
—Torsten Schaefer, Sonic Seducer
"‘Fearless is DARK. Dark as in sexy-death dark. Dark as in heavy gothic shades of decaying grandeur dark."
—Reykjavik Sex Farm
"The album is an incredibly well arranged and beautifully complete piece of work; a soundtrack to all your most intimate, shady and dirty thoughts."
—Icelandic Music Blog
"Highly conceptual, referential and danceable, this new-darkwave duo have the big ones it takes to back up their name."
—Reykjavik Grapevine: Icelandic Airwaves coverage