Rudra To Re-Issue "The Aryan Crusade" With Two Bonus Tracks
Trinity Records has issued the following announcement about re-issuing the Rudra album "The Aryan Crusade" with two extra bonus tracks:
"To those who are searching for older albums of Rudra, now is your time to rejoice, because we will be re-issuing their long out of print album, ‘The Aryan Crusade’. And to make it ever more exciting and even worthy for a second buy to those who already have a copy of it, we will be including two exclusive bonus tracks on it. One is a cover of Death’s ‘Forgotten Past’ and the other one is an original entitled ‘Crucifixation’.
"‘The Aryan Crusade’ was Rudra’s sophomore full length album and was originally released on 2001. The controversial title allowed the band to make inroads in using authentic vedic etymology to destroy people’s imaginations of many Vedic words. In the process the album broke new grounds, both lyrically and musically, which won them attention from all parts of the metal world. With many good reviews, this album created a cult following for the band not just in Asia but in other parts of the world as well. In fact, many fans would swear that this is INDEED the definitive VEDIC METAL album."
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