​Drudkh unveils new track "U Dakhiv Irzhavim Kolossyu"

The Ukrainian black metal band Drudkh presented the second track from the upcoming 11th album "They Often See Dreams About The Spring". The composition, entitled "U Dakhiv Irzhavim Kolossyu", which lyrics are based on the poem of the Ukrainian poet Maik Yohansen, who was executed by firing squad in 1937 on the verdict of the Soviet court, can be listened to above.

"They Often See Dreams About The Spring" will be released on March 9, 2018 via Season of Mist. Below, listen to the previously published track "Nakryta Neba Burym Dakhom..." also taken from the forthcoming record.

Drudkh’s currently latest full-length record "A Furrow Cut Short" came out in 2015. Since then, the band has released three splits with the bands Paysage d'Hiver, Hades Almighty and Grift.

In 2017, Drudkh’s frontman Roman Saenko presented his new project Windswept, which in late March released the debut LP "The Great Cold Steppe".

"They Often See Dreams About The Spring" is already available for pre-order via Season of Mist.