Thor's Hammer was the most notable '60s Icelandic rock band, and indeed, the only one that's come to relatively widespread attention among serious collectors. In part that's because they were able to record in London for Parlophone, and even get a solitary 45 released in America in 1967. They were also the only Icelandic band to have a track ("My Life") on Nuggets II, the box set of '60s garage-psychedelic rock from countries other than the United States. In the mid- to late '60s, they made quite a few recordings, the best of them in a ferocious mod, British Invasion style reminiscent of the early Who and sub-Who groups like the Eyes. Twenty of these are assembled on the 2001 Big Beat compilation From Keflavik, With Love.
It´s a compilation for highly collectable 1960's Icelandic garage-rock band, including 12 page booklet with rare pictures. Compiled with the cooperation of all the band members.
Thor´s Hammer - From Keflavik, ...With Love (Iceland 1966-67) (Iceland -Fuzz-Beat-Garage)