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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.79 | 5 ratings

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2 stars Drudkh pays tribute to their native forefathers in the black metal scene.

This EP contains of a Master's Hammer cover song called Indiánská Píseň Hrůzy and a Sacrilegium cover called Tam Gdzie Gaśnie Dzień. The first one is six minutes long and the second one is ten minutes long. Both songs are heavy influenced by the likes of Burzum and to a certain degree; Ulver and Enslaved. They are delivered in the typical Drudkh style. But the music cannot be compared to the last two Drudkh offerings.

The quality is OK without being impressive. This EP is more a homage and a tribute than a serious effort. In this respect, it works fine. But this is an EP for the fans and not for the rest of us. Decent, but nothing more.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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