REVIEW OF THE ALBUM ” SONGS FROM THE EARTH” – FUROR GALLICO

If you are in the Celtic nostalgia and also an adept of good metal and growl, you should definitively try this band. Great crafted album for those who like Celtic-metal and are looking for something similar but different from Eluveitie

SYMPHONIC - GOTHIC -METAL MUSIC

Furor Gallico – Songs From The Earth (Scarlet Records)

FUROR GALLICO are:

Davide: Growl, Scream and Clean Vocals
Luca: Guitar and Backing Vocals
Mattia: Guitar
Marco: Bass
Mirko: Drum
Paolo: Tin Whistles, Bouzouki & Bagpipes
Becky: Celtic Harp
Riccardo: Violin

Lets see what this bands offering is like with a track by track review.

1.THE SONG OF THE EARTH:

The track start with beautiful violin and whistle pipes and soon enters the male growls to turn the song to a folk / black piece .The chorus is excellent and the screaming vocals explode the track with strong drums and great melody.

RUNNING TIME :4.47 MIN
RATING:10/10

2.NEMAIN’S BREATH:

Pounding drums and whistle begin the number,The growls again are strong with powerful lyrics The symphonic elements mixed with fury folk.

RUNNING TIME; 4.35 MIN
RATING :10/10

3.WILD JIG OF BELTAINE:

The third song the violin combined with whistle and the dark…

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