The universal language of metal is something that spans the globe and, regardless of tone or accent, can touch even the darkest souls. Case in point? Drudkh.
The Ukrainian black metallers are delivering a compilation that nods to their homeland, entitled A Few Lines in Archaic Ukrainian. Set for release on April 5 via Season of Mist Underground Activists, this release bundles the songs from the Drudkh‘s split EPs with Hades Almighty, Grift and Paysage D’Hiver. This set of songs was previously only available on limited vinyl. These latest albums and splits draw on 20th century Ukrainian literature.
Listen to “Autumn in Sepia” below, and buy A Few Lines in Archaic Ukrainian here!