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label: Season of Mist
With the new album "They Often See Dreams About the Spring" DRUDKH's traditional black metal sweeps in like a cold wind from the East. Timeless frozen melodies adorn an uncompromising attack, creating yet another epic work from one of the genre's most important bands.
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With 'A Furrow Cut Short', DRUDKH are continuing on the course charted with their previous release 'Eternal Turn of the Wheel' (2012), where the black and bleak sound of the band's roots seemed to overshadow the progressive and lighter tone of 'Handful of Stars' (2010). Mastermind Roman Sayenko is heavily drawing inspiration from 20th century Ukrainian poetry once more, which often deal with the bloody struggle of this old country to build a nation from foreign oppression. DRUDKH still refuse any kind of interview or promotion and demand to be understood through their music alone. This album equally represents the blood soaked sound of black despair and full hearted resistance to vile treachery and evil as well as the beauty of landscapes and culture.
Drudkh deliver black metal poetry at its finest. Previously only available on split EPs with Hades Almighty, Grift and Paysage d'Hiver, the collection of songs gathered on ‘A Few Lines In Archaic Ukrainian’ is a must hear for any fan of the band’s work. Based on Ukrainian poetry and presented in a lush 10-panel Digipak, the tracks on this compilation perfectly combine harshness, epic melodies and a touch of folklore, transforming them into black metal masterpieces.