Aisling Dhorcha

by Beithíoch

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The Questionable Question Fans of atmospheric black metal should give his release a try and see/hear whether this would be something they might enjoy; An Anaithnid Dorcha reminds on Emperor's In the Nightside Eclipse album.

2009 review:
www.metal-archives.com/reviews/Beith%C3%ADoch/Aisling_%E1%B8%8Aor%C4%8Ba/210450/oneyoudontknow/69704 Favorite track: Oíche Bhithbheo (Immortal Night).
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Don Robinson This was the first Irish black metal album that I listened to with gaelic lyrics. Favorite track: Arm na Déithe (Weapon of the Gods).
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Remastered 2019.

'Aisling Dhorcha' means ‘A Dark Dream Vision’ and is a story about overcoming darkness and the symbolic rebirth of the light.

An 'Aisling' is an ancient form of epic poem in the Irish language. The poems take the form of a dream with prophetic overtones in which the dreamer is visited by the image of an otherworldly woman.

In Aisling Dhorcha the story begins with an ancient, terrible voice calling to the protagonist. They follow the voice and fall into a dream, passing into another world - one in which the true darkness of the real world is revealed to them. They have learned the truth of life and death, but it sickens them with a deep fear which they must learn to overcome.

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released October 31, 2008

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Black/Death/Doom Metal from Ireland's north-west.

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