Mongolia is not the first place most people think of when searching for new metal, especial when it’s mixed with traditional guttural Mongolian throat singing.
That doesn’t seem to have stopped The Hu, which, if Genghis Khan were still around, would probably be on his Spotify playlist. It’s a fascinating combination of the old and new. And people seem to love it.
The band calls this Hunnu rock. Note the use of two-stringed horse’s head fiddle (that’s actually what it’s called because of
Interested? Read more at NPR.