Siluria | As Homelands Burn

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As Homelands Burn

by Siluria

Fusing together traditional heavy metal with folk tinged acoustic passages complete with lyrics inspired by traditional Welsh folklore and Paganism, Siluria stand at the forefront of their genre.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Scandinavian Metal
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1. Sleeping Giant
6:24 $0.99
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2. Offering of Gold
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3. The Gates of Annwn
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4. As we Watch our Homelands Burn
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Review from Soundshock.net
Yet another Welsh band, upstarts Siluria graced the stage next. Their folk metal was even more straight-forward than the former bands of the lineup. With an austere stage presence, Siluria won over the crowd with their uplifting anthems. The atmosphere of the music seemed celebratory. A song in Welsh conveyed a traditional angle to the Celtic music and fitted in well alongside the English lyric tracks. This was an excellent substantiation to Waylander.

Review from Jim Hussell - therockshow.co.uk
Siluria were second on, and, as I will continue to preach to whomever will sit still enough next to me for long enough, these guys are just incredible. Their sound was as big as ever, with the awesome combination of booming vocals from Taran and the demonic growls of Myrddin working like a charm. Their repertoire now includes the Thin Lizzy classic Emerald, which I have to say was so good I lost myself in a bit of a Lizzy-induced nostalgia trip halfway through! But it's without doubt that this band are destined for greatness, and if it doesn't happen soon there is indeed no justice in the world!! They ended their barnstormin' set with their patriotic anthem, As We Watch The Homelands Burn. Just unbelieveable. A must-see regardless of your stance on the Celtic Rock/Battle Metal genre; awesome! Check them out !


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