Svarga Music announces its new release - after 7 years of break, a brand new metal album of Ukrainian Pagan Metal band MUNRUTHEL called "CREEDamage" will be unleashed on November 12, 2012 in two formats - standard CD and limited to 300 pcs DIGI-CD. Pre-orders are available in our webstore.
The new long-awaited album of MUNRUTHEL includes a material, which has been on the stock from the moment of “Epoch of Aquarius” issue in 2006. The new album’s musical canvas is decorated not only with atmospheric dabs inherent in early works of the project’s author, but also with hard strokes of guitar riffing shown on “Oriana’s Tales” for the first time and fully revealed on “Epoch of Aquarius”. Though, certainly, "CREEDamage" album will be more interesting to the admirers of heavy guitar sound being faceted both with powerful orchestral arrangements, and graceful web of atmospheric accords. At present, from all appearances, “CREEDamage” is the most mature work of the project, and its sound production quality may be compared with the best representatives of the genre.
Guest vocalists, whose contribution MUNRUTHEL would like to mark out, are well-known to admirers of hard music in general, and Pagan music in particular, are Masha “Scream” Arkhipova (ARKONA, Russia) and Wulfstan (FOREFATHER, Great Britain).
The album was recorded in two languages - Russian and English - the poetic translation into English was provided by a translator/journalist Sergey "AR" Pavlov, who collaborated in this field with such bands as ALKONOST, SVYATOGOR, TRIGLAV, SILENTIUM, etc.
The albums’s conception is connected with the topics touched by the author from the beginning of his solo activity (1995), namely it concerns his boundless love to Mother-Nature – as an embodiment of native, natural Belief and primordial, Pagan Outlook. And the track "Carpathians' Shield" is dedicated to the memory of the last known molphar (traditional sorcerer by birth in Carpathian culture) Mikhail Nechay (24.02.1930 – 14.07.2011), who was killed in summer of 2011 by a christian zealot.
Samples from the album: