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Cultus Ferox, which in Latin means “Savage way of life”, plays medieval-style music with partly original, copied, and even manufactured instruments such as medieval bagpipe, Schalmeien, drums and the most diverse Rammer. The percussion-instrumental style of this group is shaped by the predominantly sound-strong bagpipes, which adds mysticism to the sound. Traditional music from the Middle Ages is played, but they also play their own music.
First their music was paganistic, with lyrics of the Germanic religion, but later they turned more and more to real medieval sound and even put e-guitars and electronic in their music.

Edited by RayeGunn on 22 Jan 2009, 16:50

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