Tag Archive: Medieval folk

Medieval Music: Metallica – One Cover by Stary Olsa

For some reason Metallica songs transfer well to medieval times. We’ve seen Medievallica cover a few of their songs. Now medieval folk band Stary Olsa cover One, the song that helped launch Metallica into the mainstream. Listening to the cover below, it’s hard to imagine the song with heavy guitar riffs and banging drums. It’s…

Metallica+Medieval=Medievallica

Have you ever popped onto Youtube for a quick look and the next thing you know you’ve fallen into the rabbit hole. Hours disappear, your eyes glaze over, and you swear this is the last video…well, maybe one more. No? Maybe it’s just me. Well I had a night like that and I found a…

CD REVIEW: Dowry of a Troll Woman by Perkelt

Perkelt | Medieval Archives

I’ve reviewed a few CDs on the website before. There was the Medieval Christmas CD and the Medieval folk rock metal band out of Poland. Today I’m reviewing the CD Dowry of a Troll Woman by the band Perkelt hailing from the Czech Republic and recently relocated to the United Kingdom. They bill themselves as…

Medieval Metal: Pospolite Ruszenie CD review

Pospolite Ruszenie Swiebodnosc

I am always on the look out for good medieval music. Last month I reviewed Moat Jumpers Christmas CD, Christmas At The Renaissance Fair. Recently I discovered a band out of Poland named Pospolite Ruszenie. Their latest album, I am stuck in my ways and still call them albums, not very 21st century I know!,…