Drudkh gets the price for least metal album on my list so far this
year, while Drukh’s folk inspired metal has always been a bit in this
direction, the cleaner production (especially on the guitars) takes
this album into post-rock. Probably a let down for many die hards, but
I do enjoy it, not as much as Blood In Our Wells but then few bands
ever live up to their greatest moments.
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