Posted by Imperator on September 28th, 2012
New Dordeduh album out now

Romanian Pagan Black Metal band Dordeduh, formed in 2009 by several ex-members of Negură Bunget, will today be releasing their debut full length album, titled "Dar De Duh". The album is to be released through German label Lupus Lounge, a sub-label of Prophecy Productions. The label has made the entire new album available for streaming online at their official YouTube channel:

Click here to listen to the entire "Dordeduh - Dar De Duh" album online.

The track list for "Dar De Duh" is as follows:

  1. ind De Tronuri
  2. Flacararii
  3. E-an-na
  4. Calea Rotilor De Foc
  5. Pandarul
  6. Zuh
  7. Cumpat
  8. Dojana


Recently the band released a video for the last track on the album, "Dojana", although instead of an accurate representation of the rest of the album, it appears to be more of an outro track played exclusively with traditional Romanian instruments:



Dordeduh can trace their origins back to 2009 when Edmond "Hupogrammos" Karban and Cristian "Sol Faur" Popescu decided to quit Negură Bunget, Romania's most prominent Black Metal band, after disagreements arose between the band's core members. The name Dordeduh comes from the words "Dor De Duh", which roughly translates into "Longing for Spirit". The band's only other release to date has been the "Valea Omului" EP, released in 2010.

Dordeduh - Dar De Duh is now available on Amazon.com in both Audio CD and MP3 formats.

1 Comment for 'New Dordeduh album out now'
#1 By Kalessin on Sep 28th, 2012 @ 17:39 GMT

I just fucking love this shit

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