Drudkh - New Album Streaming Online


Eternal Turn Of The Wheel, the new album from Ukrainian black metallers Drudkh is currently streaming entirely at this location and will be available during one week. The album will hit stores this Friday, February 24th (March 13th in North America), via Season Of Mist. More album details were previously reported here.




Source: season-of-mist.com
Band profile: Drudkh
 
Posted: 22.02.2012 by pisymbol


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23.02.2012 - 20:06
Mr. Doctor
Skandino
Written by Oaken on 23.02.2012 at 19:53

Written by Mr. Doctor on 23.02.2012 at 19:46

Written by Oaken on 23.02.2012 at 19:38
Can you tell me what's wrong with Estrangement? I've listened to Eternal and the first four albums so I'd like to know more about Estrangement before I listen to it.

MUCH better than this album

Probably. I've only listened to "Only The Wind Remembers My Name" from Estrangement and it's quite good.

"Where Horizons End" is my favorite song from that album. I understand if some people don't dig the solo but I really liked it and found the overall feeling of the song quite epic.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
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23.02.2012 - 22:50
Oaken
Hipster
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Written by Mr. Doctor on 23.02.2012 at 20:06

Probably. I've only listened to "Only The Wind Remembers My Name" from Estrangement and it's quite good.

"Where Horizons End" is my favorite song from that album. I understand if some people don't dig the solo but I really liked it and found the overall feeling of the song quite epic.

I dug the solo on "Only The Wind Remembers My Name". Sounds Pink Floyd-ish, and that's good.
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In that case, man is only air as well.
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24.02.2012 - 07:27
Verdun_sc
Written by Oaken on 23.02.2012 at 19:38

Can you tell me what's wrong with Estrangement? I've listened to Eternal and the first four albums so I'd like to know more about Estrangement before I listen to it.

To me? The songs just drag, and the guitar tone is weird. And the drums are awful; many times it's almost like they're out of time. And the solos, while they should be good, are buried so far under everything else I can't actually tell.

Oh, and Only the Wind Remembers My Name is by far the best thing on that album.
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25.02.2012 - 08:00
-DC-002-
Mastercommander
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.02.2012 at 13:01

Written by -DC-002- on 23.02.2012 at 11:50


Whaaaat!? you are hating, mang. This is Drudkh using their old sound how they used their old sound. Their production has always varied album to album, let them do what they do. This sounds like another completely listenable album from them. Album title aside, because it's not as good as Forgotten Legends, this album is absurdly comparable to, Microcosmos.

The only thing this can be compared to is Swan Road, which was the first disappointment in the Drudkh discography. Microcosmos was their last solid and enjoyable affair for me and had a much more balanced sound as opposed to the unnecessarily fuzzy and overbearing tone on offer here. It sounds thin, fake and sterile.


I liked Swan Road, It really grew on me.. The production is very much similar to, Microcosmos, but instead of the drums being weird and thin like they were on, Microcosmos the guitars are the weak spot this time. the whole tone of the guitars is agreeably watered down and fuzzy, but they are there more to hold the atmosphere on ETotW. I think the album works well for the formula, Drudkh seems to use. I've always been mostly satisfied with the drumwork they put to their albums so the guitars here are not that much of a bother to me.
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