Sirocco | The March Through Crimson Frost

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The March Through Crimson Frost

by Sirocco

A blend of thrashy rythms, melodic and sometimes familiarly celtic lead lines, intricate bass-work and technical drumming. complete with maiden-esque dual guitar harmonies and old school heavy metal solos. We like to call it "Celtic Thrash".
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. The March
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2. Through Crimson Frost
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3. Blood & Soil
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4. Winter's Solstice
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5. Dorchadas
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6. At the Serpent's Stone
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7. God's Salvation
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8. Forsaken Shores
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Formed in Co. Waterford in 2003, Sirocco are a blend of thrashy rhythms, beautiful lead guitar melodies, intricate drumming and pounding bass lines, interleaved with plenty of dual guitar harmonies, and old school heavy metal solos to create a sound which they like to call "Celtic Thrash". Originally an instrumental band, bass player Ciaran O' Cearuill took on vocal duties in 2007, with his first vocal appearance on the bands second album, The March Through Crimson Frost.

Sirocco have played over 100 shows since their creation, including support spots for MEGADETH, WASP and Exodus, as well as playing many festivals throughout Ireland and Europe. The 4-piece have also toured in over 14 countries including Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Austria, Italy and Greece.

Their third album, Lambay (a concept album on the Viking invasion of Ireland) was released in August 2012.


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