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DRUDKH are a true underground phenomenon. Due to the great cooperation with Season of Mist the Ukrainians have agreed to re-release their complete catalogue on this label, which already started with their debut "Forgotten Legends" (2003). Now DRUDKH's much sought after second album "Autumn Aurora" (2004) is also made available again by Season of Mist with carefully restored and remastered sound. This masterwork also comes in beautiful digipak edition with new artwork. "Autumn Aurora" continues in the spirit of "Forgotten Legends" with the band's trademark Slavonic Pagan Metal sound, which embraces epic folk-influenced melodies and creates cinematic and luxuriant atmospheres charged with melancholy. To this "Autumn Aurora" adds synthesizer and keyboards for the first time and has been quoted as the most atmospheric album of the Ukrainians. Lyrically DRUDKH's creative figurehead Roman Sayenko once more delves into nature mysticism, the passing of seasons, philosophy, Ukrainian mythology, legends and history - often inspired by the works of nineteenth and twentieth century Ukrainian poets.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 3, 2012)
  • Imported ed. edition
  • Original Release Date: April 3, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Season of Mist
  • ASIN: B002QZPVAG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,970 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Drudkh is an exceptional band. Swan road and forgotten legends never seem to leave my playlist for the past four years, and this album also frequents my cd player on a regular basis. Autumn Aurora was the first Drudkh album I picked up based on a friend's recommendation, .Upon my first listen I was blown away. I am not sure how to describe this album, but It has a warm, and different feel from any other metal album out there. Most "black metal", (or whatever they are calling it today) albums create a cold bleak atmosphere; autumn aurora brings colors and life to the snowy, grim, dark, foresty genre. The old cover and the new cover on this album really do a good job in showing the feel of the album. This album is not for everyone, and I can see why most metal fans would not enjoy this band. Anyone who is a miserable blackmetal snob, and enjoys wolves in the throne from, velvet cocoon, deathspell omega check this band out
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Autumn Aurora moves away from the murky background that Forgotten Legends basked in toward the whole of autumn itself. The gloom and despair of the debut is shunned by the everlasting birth and rebirth of life that autumn sits between, yet this sophomore effort intermingles with both and retains the style from the debut to give us an offering that itself can only be deemed as Drudkh's best. To listen to this means to step away from civilization and mankind - even for a little while to keep you alive inside. That won't make much sense to some of you, but trust me, you'll need every bit of help in this messed up world we live in.

Six tracks makes more to break down and experience individually as separate journeys; some last dozens of seconds while others last several minutes - each carry their own touch of ethereal embrace. Just hearing the stratum of oxidized temperate atmosphere is enough to change my outlook on any given moment. The fuzzy distortion makes its return, although its infusion adapts to the open-ended clarity amidst incised, begrudging notes. Autumn Aurora relies heavily on rhythms instead of climaxes, a statement (one can assume) on life's continuous progression forward regardless of outbursts on humanity's part. The music itself isn't progressive - don't be fooled by words - in fact, the simplistic strum-etching style Saenko employs is a form of little effort that creates forests of roaring layers. The air fizzes hypnotically, echoing the melodic, blissful tunes seemingly passed down from legendary folk tunes; hardly the reality, but still spellbinding and soothing either way.

The bass back up isn't very apparent when listening to say on my computer, but when I'm asleep and up close with the music, it grows like grass as the hair of the earth.
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If you're into Emperor, Primordial, Enslaved, or just the black metal genre in general then you will find some enjoyment in Autumn Aurora. The album is very mood dependent, as it is slow, brooding, with very few shifts in pace. The numerous extended instrumental sections are perfect for losing yourself in. If you hate 'screaming' then you will hate this album, but beyond that, if you are looking for an album that nicely captures the feel of one season changing to another then Autumn Aurora is a great pick up.
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Those who would regard this as the finest Drudkh album, hasn't obviously listened enough to the some of the other great albums by this band... at least in terms of technicality. That being said, what makes this album special is the sheer innovation of adorning black metal with a whole new dimension which is far from being cold and bleak, as typically this genre is characterized by. This is perhaps the one and only black metal album I've listened to which actually sounds "happy" and has plenty of elements of the spring season, as evident from the album name Autumn Aurora. Sadly though, very few bands took to this dimension of rather warm and joyful atmospheric black metal, which makes this album stand out as a classic in it's own glory.

The album starts with the intro track "Fading" which heralds the advent of spring with plenty of elements of the atmosphere entwined with a short guitar solo. This track, it should be noted, is in sharp contrast with the last song of the album "The First Snow" which announces the phasing out of the warmth as nature gets ready for winter (the first snow). "Fading" almost automatically leads to the second song "Summoning the rain" which richly melodious. Although this song, and the remaining ones in the album, sound very pleasing to the ears one quick thing to note is that there is a serious lack of riffs in the entire album and it never reaches the point-of-no-return or climax in any of the songs. That's perhaps my only complaint about this album, but nevertheless each song is great in it's own merit. Agreed that atmospheric black metal typically consists of repeated sound patterns, the ears feel a little dull in that aspect when listening to Autumn Aurora.
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Autumn Aurora is a awesome album by far one of my favorites it blends black metal with folkish type elements in their songs, plus there songs are kind of peaceful and not hard or harsh like other black metal fans son anybody can listen to them.
Yes this album is great.

Recommend to any fan or rocker
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