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Glasgow, United Kingdom

Saor, meaning “Free” in Scottish and Irish Gaelic, is a one-man atmospheric band from Glasgow, Scotland formed in 2012 by Andy Marshall.

Saor’s sound is a blend of styles influenced by: , and , using traditional folk instruments such as tin whistle, bagpipes and bodhrán together with the raw power and emotion of and atmospheric elements of .

Lyrically the band deals with themes such as: Scottish heritage, Highland nature/landscapes and sorrow, influenced by a deep connection to the Scottish Highlands and it’s culture and history. As well as composing original lyrics, some are derived from the works of famous Scottish poets.

The band is currently signed to German label Northern Silence Productions.

Aura (2014)
Roots (2013 / re-released in 2014)




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  • forfrosne

    @Un_Autre_Con yeah it's just you.

    Yesterday 1:36pm Reply
  • Fogever

    Ancestral mastery !

    23 Jul 6:38am Reply
  • Jugvayne

    Nah bollocks, Falloch is some incredibly lame pseduo-folk-blackgaze. This is awesome. The violins and whistle is used to great effect and not over the top at all I think.

    20 Jul 3:08pm Reply
  • ozku18

    @ Un_Autre_Con: Thumbs up for the honest opinion, though i don't see this as generic celtic metal. This band gives me really strong vibes of the highlands, and how is that a bad thing? At least this isn't that usual happyhappyjoyjoy fucking bagpipe/flute garbage bands like Eluveitie shit into existence. And @ Blackpaper88 go be fucking edgy somewhere else.

    18 Jul 7:27pm Reply
  • Nordpolar

    You're the only one.

    17 Jul 2:03pm Reply
  • Un_Autre_Con

    The new album sounds like something that would be used on an advert for the Scottish Tourist Board. It's nearly as lame as Falloch. Am I the only one who's disappointed? Enya metal.

    16 Jul 9:46pm Reply
  • blebbio

    kind of cheesy and over the top but still pretty sick

    10 Jul 7:50pm Reply
  • JohnnyMath

    Black metal to a sunny day

    9 Jul 6:30pm Reply
  • rightangles

    Black metal final fantasy game

    8 Jul 5:22pm Reply
  • Vodinn

    @Eternulen - Agreed brother!

    8 Jul 7:53am Reply
  • the-last-user

    this is one of the best albums of the year. Far from overrated. [3]

    6 Jul 12:50pm Reply
  • ThisDominon

    First time listening to this and its amazing, the combination of the new ageish and the black metal is pulled off expertly

    5 Jul 9:24pm Reply
  • Tobeman1

    quite some time the album feels on the verge to kitsch, but very enjoyable nonetheless...

    3 Jul 8:23pm Reply
  • CrimsonKangaroo

    Fantastic album!

    2 Jul 8:56pm Reply
  • Kinde_

    The new album is awesome.

    2 Jul 6:00pm Reply
  • Blackpaper88

    Seems there are quite a lot of authorities on 'quality' here... Idiots must to be banned!

    2 Jul 4:17pm Reply
  • spineshank155

    I thought it was quite awesome that the guitars are in lo fi while the celtic music are the prominent part of the music.

    30 Jun 1:52pm Reply
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    27 Jun 5:35pm Reply
  • Abetancourt_

    Oh this is good. I was looking for "new music" and suddenly "Aura" appeared from nowhere, I'm really happy it did.

    27 Jun 4:47am Reply
  • ZadionApocalaya

    And yeah, I really love the new age-ish feeling the Celtic instrumentation brings to the album as well.

    26 Jun 4:00am Reply
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