Tag: An Cath (The Battle)

Review: “Druid Winds & The Fall of the Celtic Gods” by Dratna

Inspired by the stories and tales of old Mythological Ireland, Belfast Northern Ireland based multi instrumentalist Dratna has been creating in the Black Metal genre with a trio of EPs in 2018’s “Altar” and “Clíodhna“, 2019’s “An Cath (The Battle)” which have set the tone for a forth offering entitled “Druid Winds & The Fall

Under The Influence #9: Dratna on “First Spell” by Gehenna!

Appearing first on Head Not Found Records and then on Damnation Records a year later, “First Spell” is the second EP from Norwegian Black Metallers Gehenna. Originally appearing in 1994 and then re-appearing as an album in 2008 with an additional 9 songs, it’s one that only main man Sanrabb, credited with Bass, Guitars, Keyboards

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT. Zombie Edition#2

In a first for the Vs Tuesday series, were going to pit a cover from one of our review requesters against… a more commercial offering. The song itself should need no introduction. A couple of weeks back Northern Irish Black Metal solo project Dratna released this cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries in tribute to

Review: “An Cath (The Battle)” EP from Dratna

Belfast based Dratna are a one man band specialising in Northern Irish Black Metal. “An Cath (The Battle)” is Dratna’s third EP release in a series of Irish Mythology stories, represented in Black Metal form and follows “Clíodhna” and “Altar” which appeared in April and September last year respectively. Idol hands are the devil’s workshop