The new Cnoc An Tursa album is still almost 2 months away but we were lucky enough to not only review it but interview them as well. “The Forty-Five” will thrill their existing fans and definitely garner some new ones with their blend of black, folk and pagan metal with Scottish influences, not only musically but lyrically as well. I was able to discuss the new album with Reni McDonald Hill (lead vocalist and guitarist) who gave me some insight into the album, it’s concept and few other things… check it out!
By: JeffRating: 9/10Release: 17 February 2017Label: Apocalyptic Withcraft I have made it abundantly clear over the years (hopefully) of my love of Scotland and Scottish metal. With acts as diverse as Saor, Fuath, Alestorm and Adabroc amongst others, the land of my forefathers is rich with folk, pagan and black …Continue reading →
By: MichelScore: 8/10Release: 25-2-2013 After a small guitar-intro The Piper O’ Dundee, Cnoc An Tursa expresses what we can expect from their début-album ‘Giants of Auld’. Epic songs, with harsh black metal vocals and spherical keys. A nice blend of folk, pagan and black metal. And it’s almost stunning how …Continue reading →