CELTACHOR’s third full-length, “Fiannaìocht,” is a concept album about the youth of Irish mythology hero Finn of the Fianna. A few things have changed musically since the last albums.
First of all, a violinist was added to the band and the new bassist also plays Irish harp and
bouzouki, which results in more folk and melodic tunes. Beside of that, powerful clear vocals have been implemented by frontman Stephen, who used to specialise in Black Metal vocals only.
CELTACHOR was established in 2007 in Dublin/Ireland, melding influences of Black, Doom and Folk Metal. The band aims to showcase their own vision of Irish Mythology, playing music with passion and straight from the heart.
2010 – In the Halls of Our Ancient Fathers (DEMO)
2012 – Nine Waves from the Shore (Self)
2014 – Nuada Of The Silver Arm (Trollzorn)
2018 – Fiannaíocht (Trollzorn)
Stephen Roche – Vocals/Whistles
David Quinn – Guitars/Backing Vocals
Fionn Stafford – Guitar/Backing Vocals
Liam Henry – Violin/Harp
Robert Macdomhnail – Bass/Bouzouki/Harp
Anaïs Chareyre – Drums/Bodhran/Backing Vocals
01. Sons Of Morna
02. King Of Tara
04. The Search For Sadbh
06. Great Ships Came From Over The Waves
07. The Battle On The Shore
08. Tears Of Aoife
09. Cauldron Of Plenty
10. Dubh, Dun Agus Liath
Read our review here.