I don't think these pics of the guys' new guitars have been re-posted from the Amfisound site yet. You can obviously see the instruments pretty well in the video, but these pics show the amazing inlays much better. There are trident spears for the inlays, with the swamplord (weilding a trident) in a boat near fret 24. Anyway, the trident inlays got me thinking: why has Kalmah embraced this symbol so much? I think they've written just one song about fishing (Burbot's Revenge), and that song didn't mention spear-fishing at all. I searched to see if trident tips are even used in spear fishing anymore, and it seems they usually aren't. Is it simply the Poseidon connection? Because the trident just looks cool? I guess I'd rule out the usually obvious "devil" influence since Kalmah's imagery usually isn't so "generic." So, if anyone (including the Kalmah guys themselves!) has some insight as to why the trident was embraced by Kalmah, please share your thoughts! Hell, if anyone could tell me the origin of the word "Kalmah," I'd appreciate that, too.