"To describe my music:
After listening to lots of Cascadian/American/
Anarchist/Acoustic BM, Neo-folk, & acoustic acts I found myself wanting. Plugged in bands will not last when the "revolution" or "Apocalypse" comes. Where will they be when the generator runs out? Many Neo-folk & acoustic acts are either put me to sleep or are based in a folk-punk back round both of which do not embody the same feeling as I feel. I consider this music to truely be acoustic metal.
However ionnsaich is more than just my boredom of neo-folk, folk metal, & black metal with acoustic interludes. this is a chronicling of my learning experience of the transcendental powers around & inside me. I consider it no coincidence that all of these songs were written after a challenging experience, & after the fact learned that they occurred during a large celestial movement."
So says the man behind Ionnsaich. If you want to hear what it would sound like if you recorded any autumn evening campfire with your drunken friends doing acoustic versions of black metal songs, this is your bet. Well performed, but hardly novel or such.