If there really have been songs like these in the battles of the Vikings, then I'll put in my reservation for the next time-travel for sure! What HIN ONDE are offering to us here, is (at least from the music) purest Viking Metal, who liked the first two THYRFING-albums (just as a small comparison) should love the debut of HIN ONDE, because the Finns combine heavy guitars and partly rough vocals with epic keyboard-parts and enrich it with folky melodies and also a clean voice.
On "House Of Hel" those keyboards even take on some certain AMORPHIS-touch, a little "Black Winter Day"-like, even though the music, of course, cannot be compared. Three more tracks can be named highlights by myself: "The Rune-Singer's Path", very varied in tempo, with a healthy dose of keyboards, clean vocals in the chorus and this certain THYRFING/EINHERJER-feeling (but without copying them), then the very epic "Fimbulwinter", IMO the best track here, and "24th of September 1155" with its guitars and rhythm somehow reminding me a little of SLOUGH FEG and a straight chorus with clean voice and piano in the background!
But the rest doesn't have to hide in shame, apart from the fact that the production is not exactly Abyss-standard, especially the vocals are suffering from that.
For a debut I can/want to/have to attest that something big might be coming your way in the future!