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  • Summary: This is the ninth album from the black metal band from the Ukraine.
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  1. Mar 20, 2012
    Eternal Turn of the Wheel is as captivating as most any stretch of black metal you'll hear this year, even if it possesses a lifetime of questions that deserve to be asked.
  2. Mar 20, 2012
    In roughly 26 hypnotic minutes, Eternal Turn of the Wheel creates a swirling vortex of eerie imagery, like dark earth spirits rising and taking possession of musical tech, infiltrating the modern world.
  3. May 25, 2012
    What makes Eternal Turn of the Wheel so captivating is not so much the band's furious blend of rural sampling combined with their consistent prowess as black metal musicians, but the enchanting manor in which they craft the tracks.
  4. Mar 20, 2012
    There are moments here worth returning for time and again, but not much to put Eternal Turn of the Wheel in the same level of esteem as its distant predecessors.
  5. 50
    Eternal Turn of the Wheel just seems to pack too much of an antiquated, overused style into it without any new innovation and I just can't get behind this album.
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  1. Apr 3, 2012
    The Ukrainian pagan metal group - Drudkh with their latest album, "Eternal Turn of the Wheel" did not provide anything distinctive. It is true that if the first song ("Eternal Circle") maintained in the style of folk metal is good quality, so much compositions as "Cold Breath of Black Soil" or "When Gods Leave Their Emerald Halls" are very uneven and often there is used the same theme which creates an unpleasant impression. Collapse