Anti-Urban' is a two track EP, and the first of these is 'Fallen Into Oblivion', an instrumental track that mostly consists of a melancholic melody getting looped and looped. It is a pleasant melody and even beautiful, but the track does not feel as if it builds up to much more than it is from the very beginning. Of course, like most of Drudkh’s new releases, Anti-Urban is plagued by what looks like an awful lot of impatient children who can’t seem to manage to listen to just over 13 minutes of music.
Album Name Anti-Urban. Type EP. Released date 16 April 2007. Labels Supernal Music. Music StylePagan Black. Members owning this album25.
Drudkh is a folk influenced black metal unit hailing from Ukraine. They have released 6 full length albums in a 5 year span with Anti Urban being released as a limited EP in 2007. Containing two new tracks and just coming in at 18 minutes, this is not a very long album yet when you put it on it tends to last longer than the actual duration. In a good way though. On this EP, Drudkh strip down their folk influenced black metal sound and create an album full of drone atmosphere and buzzing riffs
Anti-Urban' - Drudkh (4/10). Drudkh have always been a band that advocates a return to a simpler way of life, one that discards modern day conveniences and technology in favour of what they consider to be a more fulfilling existence in nature. This two song EP 'Anti-Urban' brings their message to the forefront, and delivers an afterthought of music to fans who may want an extra dose of the atmospheric black metal style that Drudkh plays. Anti-Urban' is a two track EP, and the first of these is 'Fallen Into Oblivion', an instrumental track that mostly consists of a melancholic melody getting looped and looped.
Drudkh - Fallen into Oblivion (Відданий Забуттю) 07:02. One Who Talks with the Fog, Pyre Era, Black! - Drudkh. Songs of Grief and Solitude - Drudkh. Blood in our Wells - Drudkh. Microcosmos - Drudkh.
Microcosmos is the seventh album by Ukrainian black metal band Drudkh, released on June 22 (July 14 in US), 2009. It was released as CD digipak (unlimited) and as box set (limited to 500 copies) by Season of Mist under the Underground Activists imprint. The band continues using lyrics from Ukrainian poets, for example material by Ivan Franko on "Distant Cries of Cranes", Oleh Olzhych on "Decadence", or Bohdan Rubchak on "Ars Poetica".