I happen to dig Drudkh. They’re from the Ukraine — the land of beautiful blue-eyed blondes with hearts of frozen stone — and Drudkh’s music is pure filthy black shit. It’s awesome.
Drudkh’s upcoming new album, Eternal Turn Of The Wheel, will be available around the world come February 24 — and four days later in North America — through Season of Mist.
Eternal Turn Of The Wheel will be available as a CD digi-pak, limited to a first pressing, and a vinyl LP with a download card.
I can’t wait for the end of February now. Usually, I fucking hate that month, what with it containing Valentine’s Day. Basically, it’s a weakling of a month. It’s usually two days short of being an official month. Fuck February.
There are five songs on the new Drudkh, because Drudkh songs are fucking epic journeys, not sprints, bitch.
Those five songs are called “Eternal Circle,” “Breath Of Cold Black Soil,” “When Gods Leave Their Emerald Halls,” “Farewell To Autumn’s Sorrowful Birds,” and the ominously tiled “Night Woven Of Snow, Winds And Grey-Haired Star.”
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