Summoning the Past

by Beithíoch

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The Questionable Question Black metal is the core essences of this release and in a rather aggressive interpretation at that. It is certainly not music for the purists. Those who happen to have a certain fancy for how music in this genre can be re-interpreted and be brought to certain extremes, to those this band and their latest art is definitely recommended.

2013 review:
www.metal-archives.com/reviews/Beith%C3%ADoch/Summoning_the_Past/361539/oneyoudontknow/69704 Favorite track: Arm Na Déithe.
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xhrl_ Beithíoch means 'beastly' in Gaelic & this Irish BM is an instrumental & atmospheric beast with which to contend! Each song is heavily layered & rich with sorrowful guitars that are soaked in woe & despondency. Yet the scattered vocals pose something of an issue. Being sporadic & unexplored, the vocals never truly flourish; perhaps this aspect could be further developed in subsequent work! Yet Beithíoch’s darkened flurries of atmospheric violence grabbed my attention throughout this EP.
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A collection of early material re-recorded.

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released January 7, 2013

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Beithíoch Ireland

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

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