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(2002 – present)

Originally conceived as a mere keyboard project in 2002, the first THEUDHO demo “Dies Natalis Solis Invicti” (2003) was released as a tribute to the last remaining stretches of European wilderness in northern and western Europe, seeking to immortalizing these diverse daunting primeval landscapes. It seemed only logical that lyrical inspiration was drawn from the myths, legends and lore that sprung from these very same lands. This demo, recorded as a one-man band by founding member Jurgen, and the extremely harsh and grim sounding successor “Under the Alemannic Sun” (2004) did not only catch the attention of fans of the pagan metal genre across the globe; the Belgian underground label NEPHEREX signed THEUDHO after hearing both demo’s.

The debut album “Treachery” (2004) displayed a dramatic improvement as far as the general sound and production went, the actual songs on the album sounded much more mature than the demo material. A number of guests contributed to the album; most notably the Norwegian vocalist Erilaz lent his voice for the Old-Norse parts in the lyrics and the lead guitarist Bastiaan, who performed breathtaking solo’s on a number of tracks. Despite being released on an label with somewhat limited promotional funds, the album received great reviews worldwide.


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