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Drudkh (meaning "wood" in Sanskrit) is an band from Kharkiv, Ukraine formed in 2002.

Drudkh was founded by Roman Saenko, the leading member of Hate Forest; Thurios, the leading member of Astrofaes; and Yuriy Sinitsky, of Lucifugum and Definition Sane. Their strongly -influenced music focuses on a dense atmosphere with a lot of feeling, and the lyrical contents embrace Slavic mythology, seasons and poetry. Many of the band's lyrics are derived from the works of nineteenth… read more

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  • Avatar for Valenehow
    This isn't Burzum, 0/10.
  • Avatar for Juriat
    Пэтруха! Сэчас я тыбэ на практыкэ пакажу,что значыт ,,хто ны скачыт,той москаль...
  • Avatar for Forever_Call
    @WoLf_digger Если так бесит, так проходи мимо, но что это за БМ-группа, которая не будет воспевать о своей истории?
  • Avatar for WoLf_digger
    Откровенно говоря, уже бесит, когда политическая и национальная хренотень смешивается с музыкой, но за первые альбомы огромная уважуха. Очень хороший блэк метал.
  • Avatar for scapino
    Guy just got logic'd.
  • Avatar for Freynjir
    "Anyone can listen to Drudkh, and not feel some white pride, is beyond me. They are the essence of Aryanism, even their name is Sanskrit." To those who considered themselves Aryan, in general terms you were an Aryan when you conducted the right rituals to the right Gods. It was like a religious label more than anything else. It certainly was not an ethnic or racial label (and everyone who has studied a bit of history/archaeology knows things like 'race' and 'ethnicity' are cultural - a thing like "race" can hardly be determined anthropological, let alone be seen with the naked eye - and why the hell would you be interested in that anyway? It's not the 1930's/40's anymore). You should open a book and know that a language like Sanskrit, or any other language, can almost never be attached to a certain 'race' or 'ethnicity', let alone to skincolour.
  • Avatar for zarodesh
    From Southern Hemisphere: It's autumn and time to listen to Drudkh!
  • Avatar for aevw
    @_duif I had also been wondering about this. The claim is all over the place, so I'm going to go ahead and assume that they intended for it to be proper Sanskrit, but fucked up the inflection of द्रु or something like that. Considering how commonly metal bands fuck up more well-known (in the West) languages like Latin (I'm looking at you here, Dark Funeral.. smfh), it wouldn't surprise me if this is just an amateurish fuckup of the actual Sanskrit.
  • Avatar for aevw
    "Anyone can listen to Drudkh, and not feel some white pride, is beyond me. They are the essence of Aryanism, even their name is Sanskrit." ---- The people who wrote and spoke Sanskrit were not white. Unless your understanding of Indo-European peoples is stuck in the 19th century.
  • Avatar for Toma400
    Drudkh latest album is brilliant.

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