Scottish Metal

Àrsaidh - Roots (Darker Than Black Records)

Atmospheric Celtic Black Metal from Scotland, Àrsaidh's debut offering is a flood of sound tempered by the lilt of traditional Celtic melodies set over blackened guitars.

Àrsaidh’s debut album Roots arrives in distortion, filtering through the grey thickness of a rainswept day.

Gloryhammer - Tales from the Kingdom of Fife (Napalm Records)

Tales from the Kingdom of Fife is soaked with the PG blood of battle, singed by fireballs and enchanted by a +1 to inspire an air-guitar solo.
Release Date: 
29 Mar 2013 (All day)

Gloryhammer. It may be their first release, but you already know what you’re going to get. Dungeons and Dragons style epic fantasy stories set to passionate power metal.

Cnoc An Tursa – The Giants Of Auld (Candlelight Records)

It’s a death metal album, for folks’ sake.

Often when a band proclaims to be ‘folk metal’ it usually means they have a fiddler in the ranks.