"Dearg Doom" translates roughly as "Red Destroyer". It is in reference to Irish mythical warrior Cúchulainn - meaning "Hound of Ulster". A name he inherited as a reparation for killing a wolfhound. The song is a take on the Irish folk tune written for battle: O'neills cavalry/march.
The track is from the album "The Tain" referencing Táin Bó Cúailnge (The Cattle Raid of Cooley) which tells the story of a cattle raid in the middle of a War between Ulster… read more
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