Rumahoy are a band from North Carolina that plays a mixture of folk and pirate metal and this is a review of their 2018 album "The Truimph Of Piracy" which will be released in February by Napalm Records.
Drum beats along with some heavy riffing and folk instruments start off the album while the riffing also brings in a great amount of melody as well as all of the musical instruments having a very powerful sound to them and the vocals a re a mixture of rough pirate singing and clean pagan vocals.
When the music speeds up a decent amount of blast beats can be heard while some tracks also bring in a decent amount of black metal screams along with a brief use of shamanistic style percussion as the album progresses as well as some tracks also bringing in the energy of punk rock and a couple of the tracks a re very long and epic in length, acoustic guitars can also be heard briefly and some tracks also bring in elements of video game and electronic music.
Rumahoy plays a musical style that takes pagan, folk and pirate metal and mixes them together with more of a humorous approach to create a sound of their own, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover pirates, drinking, booty and questing themes.
In my opinion Rumahoy are a very great sounding mixture of pagan, folk, and pirate metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "AHOY" "Forest Party" "Netflex And Yarn" and "The Truimph Of Piracy". 8 out of 10.