Ildjarn's "Forest Poetry" CD by Napalm records NEVER exits my house, under ANY circumstances. I stole it from an ex-girlfriend of mine and refused to return it when we broke up under the foundation that she never liked Ildjarn, and she foolhardily kept that disk out of its respective case.
My opinion about Ildjarn is very simple: like Darkthrone, but light-years more significant to me based on the compositional uniformity (doesn't deviate from it's award-winning style within an album. Ildjarn was completely uncompromising during (and even after...) the Black Metal days. Within the microcosm of each individual album there is a single powerful statement in which he expounds upon throughout 20something songs in different ways. It's like saying "shut up" in 20 languages. The novelty of the word doesn't change the tone, mood or substance of what's being communicated, just like Ildjarn.
Then again, I could be wrong... but I don't think I am.