Shortly following the release of Furor Gallico’s new album ‘Songs From The Earth’, Scarlet Records is re-releasing Folk Metal masters’ acclaimed self-titled debut album. ‘Furor Gallico’ has once been described as a “folk metal fury that comes more as a barbarian horde than a group of drunks lost in the woods”. According to a popular review by metal-archives.com, “with this album things move from one extreme to the next, coming off naturally rather than just slapping some guitars and strings together and hoping for the best, and thus ensuring varying degrees of enjoyment on that end from start to finish. Taking a rather North-born approach, the Gallico gang takes to the metallic spectrum with powerful riffs, snazzy leads, raging growls/screams and pounding drum work while soft strings, glittery harp and flute work underscore the madness with a liltiness more befitting a nice evening beside the fire. Still, like other groups of their musical primordial soup, it fits, and it works.”.