Pirate metal is style of heavy metal characterized by its incorporation of pirate mythology within the music and sometimes in stage performances. Lyrics often use piratical jargon and various musical genres, such as thrash metal, speed metal, and folk metal, may be combined with traditional-sounding songs like sea shanties.
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Alestorm is generally classified as pirate metal, folk metal, power metal, heavy metal, hard rock, folk, and thrash metal. The band refer to themselves as "True Scottish Pirate Metal" and are identifiable by the pirate-themed lyrics in their songs. Alestorm's music utilizes the upbeat epic style of Scottish folk metal and power metal.
History. The band was founded in 2013. After multiple lineup changes, they released the EP Pirate Scum in 2016 via the label Aeterna Records. Within time, the band played increasingly large concerts, festivals and international gigs, such as Dong Open Air 2017 and Metaldays 2018. In 2018, guitarist Patrick Stäudle left the band.
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No Grave But the Sea is the fifth studio album by Scottish heavy metal band Alestorm, released on 26 May 2017.    It's the band's first album to feature guitarist Máté Bodor since the departure of Dani Evans in 2015.