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Thall is a frequent term used by the Swedish heavy metal group Vildhjarta and their fans. The phrase went massively viral between fans of the band and heavy music in general.
Thall is clinically used in pretty much any scenario that fans and the band itself can fit itself into. Usually said completely out of the blue, “thall” has no real meaning to it. One can use the saying “thall” in a number of ways, such as a noun (example: “my brain is full of thall” or “check out all of my thall”) or as a verb, i.e: “I thall really hard”. The popularity of the phrase has landed in Vildhjarta selling t-shirts, hats and stickers that simply just have the word “thall” displayed on them with usually no other text (not even the band’s name).
Guitarists in Vildhjarta usually have their guitars equipped with a sticker that reads “thall” on it, as seen in their music video for “Dagger”.
The exact origin of thall has went unclear for a long time since the band originally began using it. Many believed it might have been a reference to a city found in Pakistan that is named Thall. However, the true origin was revealed later on when old Vildhjarta posts on music message boards were seen carrying the tag “thall” and the tag was explained by vocalist Daniel Bergström and guitarist Calle Thomer to be based off of the World of Warcraft character named Thrall whom both found to “extremely funny.”
When said with a Swedish accent, Thrall evidently tends to sound like the speaker is saying “thall”.
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