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Sirocco

Country of origin:
Ireland
Location:
Cork/Waterford
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
2003
Genre:
Folk Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Mostly Instrumental
Last label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
2003-2015
Sirocco was originally an entirely instrumental band until 2007, when bass player Ciaran O' Cearuill took on vocal duties and firstly sang on their second full-length The March Through Crimson Frost. They call their genre "celtic thrash".

The band participated in the compilation "Metal Message Vol. IV" with the track "Forsaken Shores".
Last known
Ciaran O' Cearuill Bass, Vocals (2007-?)
Robert Kiernan Drums
Padge Maderson Guitars (lead)
J. Tobin Guitars (rhythm)
Past
Pat O' Mahony Bass, Vocals (backing)
Shane O'Brien Drums
See also: Flatline, ex-Renewal, The Water Reference, ex-CarnĂșn Rising, ex-Crom Cruach, ex-Defect
John Owens Guitars (lead)
Daniel O' Brien Guitars (lead)
Paul Flynn Vocals
See also: ex-SevenScars
Fearghal Maher Vocals
Ciaran O' Cearuill Bass, Vocals (2007-?)
Robert Kiernan Drums
Padge Maderson Guitars (lead)
J. Tobin Guitars (rhythm)
Pat O' Mahony Bass, Vocals (backing)
Shane O'Brien Drums
See also: Flatline, ex-Renewal, The Water Reference, ex-CarnĂșn Rising, ex-Crom Cruach, ex-Defect
John Owens Guitars (lead)
Daniel O' Brien Guitars (lead)
Paul Flynn Vocals
See also: ex-SevenScars
Fearghal Maher Vocals
Added by: LordOminous Modified by: Wilkun
Added on: 2005-05-10 14:29:58 Last modified on: 2017-07-25 06:05:17