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etichetta: Northern Silence
Comes in gatefold cover, incl. two exclusive vinyl bonus tracks, limited to 192 copies on moss green vinyl.
Eternal is the third album from Scottish Celtic Metal project Ruadh. This album was designed to be Tom’s version of the 4 seasons by Antonio Vivaldi but focusing on the celebrations that mark the turning of the wheel of the year and their Pagan origins. It pays tribute to the timeless traditions that have survived however changed by modern times and is designed to celebrate our roots in these customs.
The goal of this album was to create a consistent concept that would serve for this one release, this is by very definition a Concept album which is intended to be listened to from start to finish, it won’t be an easy one to pick up and listen to a track it’s designed to be more of a journey. For fans of Bathory, Saor, Atlantean Kodex.
Comes in gatefold cover, incl. an exclusive vinyl bonus track, limited to 199 copies on sky blue vinyl.
On his debut album "Sovereign", Scottish musician and songwriter Tom Perrett set out to compose music purely to taste. Drawing from the vast well of history, culture and mythology, Tom created an unmistakable atmosphere of proud and powerful Scottish Black Metal with the beating heart of old school Black Metal favourites of his, such as WINDIR, BATHORY, BURZUM & more, which should also appeal to fans of SAOR, WINTERFYLLETH, PANOPTICON and similar acts.
Comes in gatefold cover, incl. two exclusive vinyl bonus tracks, limited to 199 copies on single malt vinyl.
Ruadh's sophomore album contains six tracks of epic, Scottish Atmospheric Black Metal with Folk elements that are massive in both scope and scale, taking you through the Iron Ages in Scotland. It also explores the history and mythology of the people of Scotland, conveying both sorrow and uplifting, almost heroic tones.
‘The Rock of the Clyde’ is an evolution from their debut album ‘Sovereign’. It has a much more melodic feel, yet has more visceral elements too.
Ruadh mastermind Tom Perrett, hailing from Rutherglen (also known as the red glen) in the central belt of Scotland, looks to forge a sound akin to the classics he has always enjoyed, such as Bathory, Burzum, Windir and Emperor. However, Ruadh’s sound will also appeal to fans of newer Atmospheric Black Metal bands such as Saor, Winterfylleth and Panopticon.