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Drudkh - Autumn Aurora CD (album) cover




Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.04 | 53 ratings

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3 stars I must have dropped of the black metal planet during the last ten years. That explain why I did not knew about this band until recently when I got a handful of their albums from a friend who did not want them. That's his loss and my gain.

This band is from Ukraine, but they sounds slightly like a Bathory copy on this album. But not quite.... The difference is the orientation towards Slavic folk music. In other words, folk music from their own country. A scene I am not familiar with, but I know the basics, whatever that is. You still get the rasping black metal vocals and the usual down tuned and tremolo picking guitars. The variation is not that great either. Only the black metal die hards will hear the nuances between the songs. The sameness is an issue, in other words. But Drudkh's sound is very good though.

This is still a good album. I think I will give the rest of their albums some of my attention too. This band may be up to something really good.

3 stars (barely)

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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