A great blend of intelligent, modern pagan attitude with Celtic tales and acoustic instruments, even including a digeridoo. Is it entirely historically accurate? No, and that's not a bad thing. Omnia has a great spirit, well composed music, and a fairly unique sound. Recommended.
OMNIA only play on authentic (acoustic) instruments, and all the music on "Crone of War" has actually been played by them and their guests (no samples, drum computers, synths etc.).
OMNIA has been performing as an Iron-Age Celtic music and combat spectacle group on Historical and Pagan festivals throughout Europe since 1996. Of it's original line-up of 14 members now only two remain (Sic & Luka). They were joined in 2002 by Jenny (and her Neo-Celtic Harp) which brought on a significant change in the musical identity of the band. When in 2003 OMNIA started playing amplified gigs on Fantasy, Gothic and Folk events, the transformation was complete and NeoCeltic PaganFolk was born! Clad in NeoCeltic costumes, surrounded by an enormous amount of bizarre, ancient instruments, OMNIA leads you on a fantastical journey through the Ancient Celtic Otherworld of Myth and Legend.