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Cain Da Breth

Cain Da Breth

Cain Da Breth


The name of the band is in old Irish and came to Damonica in her dream. It means approximately the “song of the two sayings“, what can be understood on various levels - ie. speaking about this world and the otherworld. The band calls its style an “acoustic doom metal“, as they’ve found the label “celtic folk“ rather inappropriate. The bandmembers are: Damonica – vocals, acoustic guitar, the author of all the lyrics and music, Samuel Hain – vocals, percussions, Read more on Last.fm
The name of the band is in old Irish and came to Damonica in her dream. It means approximately the “song of the two sayings“, what can be understood on various levels - ie. speaking about this world and the otherworld. The band calls its style an “acoustic doom metal“, as they’ve found the label “celtic folk“ rather inappropriate. The bandmembers are: Damonica – vocals, acoustic guitar, the author of all the lyrics and music, Samuel Hain – vocals, percussions, Václav Polívka – violin, viola, flute, Petr Janek – violoncello. The band came into existence in autumn 2003, this for the purpose of an acoustic gig taking place on a mediaeval castle Točník.

At this point the band was nameless and consisted only of Damonica and Samuel Hain. As the performance was a success, other gigs soon followed. During one of them – in spring 2004 – Václav joined the band spontaneously. In Summer 2005 Cain Da Breth, already as a trio, prepared a demo recording containing three songs - Moonlight Tune, Black Birds and Moon Reflections. The demo features special guest - a famous Czech guitarist Jan-Matěj Rak. In Spring 2006 the band’s line-up was completed by Léan Cobail on violoncello. In the autumn of 2007 the band received a generous offer from Plugged Records, Vienna to produce a first full recording in their studio.

In September 2008 a debut CD called SANAS has been released, this along with a book of poems. In November 2009 Petr Janek is replacing Léan on violoncello. Cain Da Breth performs not only on festivals and solo gigs but also on openings of exhibitions in museums and galleries, on mediaeval fairs, castles and other unusual places all over Europe. http://www.caindabreth.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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