Here you can find information on the CDs and DVD's that Omnia has released. Click on an image to read more about a specific CD or DVD. Omnia's works can be ordered directly from our online shop.
Already hailed as OMNIA's best work ever, "Musick and Poëtree" has a very special, fresh new sound combined with a more "old school" attitude, true to the original roots and concepts that started OMNIA in the first place. Time is running out for this crazy world filled with human-monkey madness and OMNIA Musick and Poëtree adresses this problem and offers solutions as well as comfort for the other monkeys...
|'Musick and Poëtree' (Aug 2011)|
On WOLF LOVE, Omnia has really surpassed themselves in musical diversity. The tracks coming by could all have originated from different albums (and even different bands) because this time OMNIA set out to prove that they can play ANY type of music on their 100% acoustic instrumentarium with the musical mood shifting dramatically between their own work and pieces from Bach and Leonard Cohen. Songs of madness, songs of love, songs of the changing world we live in...
WOLF LOVE has them all.
|'Wolf Love' (Aug 2010)|
|The CD 'World of Omnia' is like a best-of album but including new songs and new versions of our finest older works. Take a journey through OMNIA's history. Welcome to our world.|
|'World of Omnia' (Aug 2009)|
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The DVD 'Pagan Folk Lore' This magnificent fairy tale book contains a story written and illustrated by Steve Sic a DVD with an equally stunning visual spectacle of OMNIA in concert.
|'Pagan Folk Lore' (Aug 2008)|
|The CD 'Alive!' comes in a tasteful hardcover booklet filled with magical artwork from Alan Lee (Lord of the Rings). Truly an amazing piece of art in sound and vision.|
|'Alive!' (August 2007)|
|OMNIA's danceclub album contains six studio remixes of tracks taken from the album "Paganfolk" with added thumping beats and psychotic electro weirdness.|
|'Cybershaman' (June 2007)|
|Black is the new Green! Labeled as a 'genre defining album', this CD clearly illustrates what PaganFolk is all about.|
|'PaganFolk' (March 2006)|
|The first ever 'serious' Pagan Folk Album, Crone of War contains several old Omnia hits like Morrigan, Fidhe Ra Huri, and the Irish classic the Bold Fenian Men.|
|'Crone of War' (Feb 2004)|
|These are the old CD's that are no longer produced by us.|
|'History' (2007)||'Live Religion'