Chronilus is a time-traveling Celtic Worldbeat band from the Seattle area.   Chronilus blends music from many centuries, drawing from humankind’s best moments of tribal togetherness from around the world.  Discover the clairseach, the brass-strung harp that entertained medieval Irish nobility, playing joyfully with harmonies from a progressive-rock-influenced electric guitar.  Move in time to the synergy of an electric keyboard playing rhythm alongside the driving beats of a West Aftrican djembe drum.  Join a waltz led by the harmony of an alto viola and tenor recorder supporting soprano vocals, immersed in a gentle whirlpool of phased guitar.

With a range of expression from raw, primal energy to ethereal finery, Chronilus songs explore such subjects as connection, history, fantasy, and ageless spirituality.
Since the 2014 release of the Threshold album,  six of its songs have placed in or topped the listener request countdowns at United Pagan Radio, International Pagan Radio, and The Cauldron radio.  As of the beginning of 2017, there has never been a week in which a Chronilus song did not appear among at least one of the major pagan music countdowns.  In November 2015, Threshold won the Akademia Music Award for Best Worldbeat Album.  In 2016 the song The Wild in Me, from the Threshold album, won the Pagan Music Award for Best Song, at United Pagan Radio.  The International Pagan Music Associated has also nominated Chronilus for Best Group, to be determined at the IPMA Pagan Music Awards coming up in June of 2017.