The second track on 2012's 'Valtari' translates to "Not a Sound" and was released as a limited-edition vinyl on Record Store Day.
Meaning "Brimstone," this one kicks off the band's latest album 'Kveikur.'
This Icelandic rye bread is usually served with fish, potatoes and turnips and smeared with butter.
The longest song on 2005's 'Takk...' is Icelandic for the city of Milan.
This sausage on a bun is often cited by foodies as one of the best hot dogs in the world.
This fermented shark that tastes (and smells) like ammonia has been called by Anthony Bourdain "the single worst, most disgusting and terrible tasting thing." We have had it and can confirm this.
The second track from 1997's 'Von' translates to "Dawn."
1999's 'Ágætis Byrjun' gave us this one, meaning "The Fly's Savior."
Who wants half a boiled sheep's head?
A track from the band's rolls-off-the-tongue fifth album 'Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust,' Fljótavík is the name of an Icelandic bay.
Translated as "dried fish," this Icelandic staple is usually made from cod, haddock or catfish.
Taken from 2002's '()', this one translates to "The Spy Machine."
The penultimate track from the band's 1997 album 'Von' means "Sins of God" in English.
This one is fish stomach stuffed with fish liver and boiled.
The leadoff track from 'Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust' made numerous best-of-the-year lists, with the accompanying video featuring a dozen nudists.
Made from sheep's blood, sheep's fat, oatmeal, milk and spices, this is the Icelandic equivalent of another acquired taste: Britain's black pudding.
The Icelandic version of crepes, pönnukökur are pancakes rolled up with sugar and spread with jam and whipped cream.
This Christmas staple, translated as "hung meat," is made from smoked lamb, boiled and served in slices on bread.
"Hoppípolla," or "Hopping into Puddles," was the second single from 2005's 'Takk' and earned the band widespread exposure due to its inclusion in ads for BBC's 'Planet Earth.'
Iceland's signature booze is a green schnapps that will get you very, very drunk.