CELTACHOR To Release Debut Album Next Month
Irish blackened folk metalers CELTACHOR will release their debut album, "Nine Waves From The Shore", independently on November 25. Recorded between 2011 -2012 in the band's own studio in Dublin, the CD's concept deals with the Landing of the Gael and the main heroes and characters as part of that saga. The artwork was painted by the band's drummer Anais Chareyre. It depicts the Battle of Tailtin, the armies of the Men of Dea against the Men of the Gael being over watched by the goddess Danu rising from the hills and mountains of Eire.
CELTACHOR has been working hard since 2010 melding the influences of black, doom, folk metal into one unified force. Inspired by Irish mythology and its sagas, the band hopes to cover new ground in 2013 and spread its message to Europe and beyond, reciting the ancient tales of Ireland in their own voice and way.
"Nine Waves From The Shore" track listing:
01. The Landing: Amergin's Conquest
02. The Battle Of Tailtin
03. The Kingship Of Bodb Dearg
04. Sorrow Of The Dagda
05. Tar éis an Sidhe
06. Conn Of The Hundred Battles
07. Anann : Ermne's Daughter
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