WINDSWEPT, the Ukrainian black metal formation founded by DRUDKH mastermind Roman Sayenko, are premiering the second track from their upcoming album ‘The Onlooker’. The song “Gustav Meyrink’s Prague” is streaming via the Official Season of Mist Youtube Channel, below:
‘The Onlooker’ will be released via Season of Mist Underground Activists on February 8.
1. I’m Oldness and Oblivion (Intro)
3. A Gift to Feel Nostalgia
4. Disgusting Breed of Hagglers
5. Gustav Meyrink’s Prague
6. Insomnia of the Old Men
7. Times of No Dreams & No Poets
8. Bookworm, Loser, Pauper
WINDSWEPT, the Ukrainian black metal band featuring DRUDKH mastermind Roman Sayenko, have premiered the new track “Stargazer”.
“Stargazer” is taken from the forthcoming new album ‘The Onlooker’, coming February 8, 2019 via Seasons of Mist.
The ferocious new album features eight tracks of ice-cold, imperial black metal. ‘The Onlooker’ sees WINDSWEPT’s burning intensity on full display, as Sayenko’s whirlwind riffing collides with some of his most sombre melodies to date. A testament to the spirit of black metal at its most raw and uncompromising, ‘The Onlooker’ sees them rising to the height of their powers.
‘The Onlooker’ is available for preorder across CD and LP editions (both limited to one pressing only) at the Season of Mist E-Shop.
The artwork for ‘The Onlooker’ can be found above.
WINDSWEPT was conceived by DRUDKH mastermind Roman Sayenko in cooperation with two fellow band members in 2017. The trio shared a common goal to express their creative ideas by writing swiftly and capturing these sounds with the raw and authentic feeling of a live performance.
The band’s debut album ‘The Great Cold Steppe’ (released March 2017) was inspired by the cold and harsh realities of the hostile and fierce Eastern steppes. Reflecting upon notions of traditions and the past, the musicians released the ‘Visionaire’ EP on Van Records in early 2018.
Built on the same foundations, the forthcoming new record ‘The Onlooker’ once more employs a raw, fierce sound reminiscent of earlier days and captured by spending only a few of days in the studio.