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Tuatha de Danann (band)

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Tuatha de Danann
OriginVarginha, Minas Gerais, Brazil
GenresCeltic metal
Years active1995–2012, 2013–present
LabelsHeavy Metal Rock, Paradoxx Music, Louder Music
MembersBruno Maia
Giovani Gomes
Rodrigo Abreu
Edgard Britto/ Rodrigo Berne

Tuatha de Danann is a Brazilian Celtic metal band from Varginha, Minas Gerais; known for the merryful Celtic dance rhythms, flute melodies, Celtic mythology-inspired lyrics and the original jesting tones such as gnome-choirs, etc. The band is named after the race of supernaturally-gifted people in Irish mythology, the Tuatha Dé Danann, roughly translated to "People of Dana".

Between July and August 2005, Tuatha de Danann did their first tour outside Brazil, performing in France and Germany. In France, the band played shows in Saint Brieuc, Languidic, Brest, Hennebont, Tours, Grenoble, Rheims, while in Germany the band played at the Wacken Open Air festival.[1]

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  • The Last Pendragon (1996 – 1st Demo – released under the band name Pendragon)
  • Faeryage (1998 – 2nd Demo – now under the 'Tuatha de Danann' name)
  • Tuatha de Danann (1999 – EP with four new songs plus "Faeryage" as bonus tracks.)
  • Tingaralatingadun (2001)
  • The Delirium Has Just Began... (2002)
  • Trova di Danú (2004)
  • Acoustic Live (2009 – Acoustic DVD)
  • Dawn of a New Sun (2014 – Single)
  • Dawn of a New Sun (2015)
  • The Tribes of Witching Souls (2019 - EP)


Current members

  • Bruno Maia – guitars, flute, whistle, mandolin, bodhrán (1994–2010, 2013–present),
  • Giovani Gomes – bass, harsh vocals (1999–2012, 2013–present)
  • Edgard Britto – keyboards (2003–2004, 2013–present)

Former members

  • Rogério Vilela – bass (1995–1999)
  • Wilson Melkor – drums (1995–2000)
  • Felipe Batiston – keyboards (1995–2000)
  • Marcos Ulisses – vocals (1998–1999)
  • Leonardo Godtfriedt – keyboards, violin (2000–2002)
  • Rafael Castro – keyboards, piano (2002–2003)
  • Rodrigo Berne - lead Guitar (1994 -2010, 2013-2017 )
  • Alex Navar - uilleann pipes ( 2013- 2018)
  • Rodrigo Abreu – drums, percussion (2000–2012, 2013–2018)


  1. ^ Antico, Carlo (October 2005). "Tuatha de Danann, de São Carlos para o mundo" [Tuatha de Danann, from São Carlos to the world]. Roadie Crew (in Portuguese) (81): 72–76. ISSN 1415-322X.

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