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Blackened pagan metal act Theudho has released both a music video for the song "Niðr ok Norðr," which is featured on latest album "When Ice Crowns the Earth."
"Niðr ok Norðr" (Old Norse for "Downwards and Northwards") lyrically describes the mythical journey to the realm of the dead in Germanic traditions. The album "When Ice Crowns the Earth" was mastered by the legendary Dan Swanö at Unisound Studio in Sweden and released earlier this year by the Australian label Aurora Australis Records. More...
Belgian pagan black metal band Theudho are streaming the new track "The Straw Death" from the band's forthcoming sixth full length album "When Ice Crowns the Earth." The release will be out on January 15, 2012 via Aurora Australis Records.
The track listing for "When Ice Crowns the Earth" is as follows:
1. War Into the World
2. When Ice Crowns the Earth
3. The Second Coming
4. Niðr ok Norðr
5. Heracleidae (Seevölkersturm)
6. Sacrifice the King
8. The Straw Death
Check out "The Straw Death" here:
Belguim black metal band Theudho has posted their entire new EP, "The Silence," on their webisite for free download. The EP is available in 128kbps mp3 format for free and for sale at the higher 320kbps format at this location.
The band comments, "On this longest night of the year, when the solar wheel is about to return to bring light to a world cloaked in cold and darkness, THEUDHO is reborn from its own ashes with a new digital EP. As a gift to our friends and supporters, we've re-recorded four tracks from our back catalogue and are now offering them as a free download EP."
"This EP marks a new era for THEUDHO, with a new line-up that uncompromisingly returns to our metal roots. Rekindle the ancient fires and spread the word!" More...
Blackened pagan metallers THEUDHO have completed work on their new album, "Cult Of Wuotan", with producer Raf (AHRÁYEPH, ex-ANCIENT RITES).
The following tracks will appear on the CD:
02. Terror Cimbricus
05. Silence Reigned Over The Bog
06. The Fall Of Rome
09. Wuotanes Her
10. Prophecies In Flames
11. Ergriffenheit More...
Blackened Pagan Metallers THEUDHO inked a deal with the German label DET GERMANSKE FOLKET, the home of such acts as ANGANTYR, HEL, RIGER, MYRKGRAV, DANTALION, and more.
DET GERMANSKE FOLKET will release the third full length album of THEUDHO in the spring of 2008 as well as re-release the bands first two albums that were originally released on the Belgian label NEPHEREX, "Treachery" (2004) and "The Völsunga Saga" (2006).
Currently, THEUDHO is recording eleven new tracks. The new THEUDHO-material is described as being more dynamic, varied and melodic than the previous albums while retaining the aggression of the earlier work. The lyrics mainly focus on the historical backgrounds of continental Germanic heathenism.
Raf (AHRÁYEPH, ex-ANCIENT RITES) will mix and master the album early 2008. Cover art and elaborate booklet illustrations will once again be provided by KRIS VERWIMP, famous for his outstanding work with ABSU, MARDUK, MÅNEGARM and more.
Flemish pagan metal band THEUDHO will release the follow-up to the 2004 critically acclaimed debut album “Treachery” in the first half of 2006 through NEPHEREX, home of such underground acts as WANHOOP, KLUDDE, IRON CLAD, ...
The new material, conceptually based on a yet undisclosed theme in Germanic literature, is currently being recorded at the same facilities where “Treachery” was recorded. Raf, lead guitar player of the Flemish black metal gods ANCIENT RITES, will mix and master the album early 2006.
Starting out as a one-man band in 2003 and performing as a two-piece the last year, THEUDHO is proud to announce the arrival of two new members: bassist Filip (GORATH, MAHLSTRØM, P:407) and drummer Joachim (WANHOOP).
Since all slots in the line-up are filled, the band is contemplating on accepting some of the offers they have received to perform live.