so drudkh make yet another album of the same damn atmosphere that's even more simplistic and basic than ever with nothing but a few cool basslines to hold it together and you guys still eat it up like i'd eat up a cock. goodness me. :[
Drudkh stagger to recover from their bellyflop that was Handful of Stars by producing a very barebones approach to the sound they are known and loved for. Minimalism would be generous, as with virtually no fresh ideas or memorable riffs, this album retreats so far into the "safe-zone" of black metal that it barely avoids being cast among the heap of uninspired burzum worship that plagues the genre. very Lazy.
This is pretty much as mainstream as black metal can get, but I love the atmosphere here, and the vocals are a nice change from the usual wailing associated with the genre. The record is also nice and short, not overstaying its welcome. Eternal Turn of the Wheel is overall a little safe for my tastes, but not unenjoyable. 4.0