Singaporean metallers RUDRA have issued the following update:
"RUDRA has finally completed the pre-production of their yet-to-be-titled album which will be the second instalment to the 'Brahmavidya' trilogy. The songs have so much of 'Brahmavidya: Primordial I' and 'Kurukshetra' in them. Shiva is still relentlessly pounding his drums as hell and Devan has contributed nasty vedic metal riffs into this one which will sure make all you faithful ones drool.
"RUDRA will not be playing any shows till the album is completed. The band will be taking a short break after the recording which will commence next month. Soon after the break, RUDRA are planning to complete songs for the third instalment of the 'Brahmavidya' trilogy, which will be a more East-meets-West fusion like vedic metal/rock."
RUDRA last year inked a six-album deal with Hong Kong's Trinity Records. The group's first release for the label was a reissue of their fourth album, "Brahmavidya: Primordial I" (the first part of a triology), which originally came out in 2005.
RUDRA in 2006 severed ties with Demonzend Records (a.k.a. Demonzend Enterprise), the label that originally issued the group's last album, "Brahmavidya: Primordial I", and re-released their debut CD.
RUDRA's "Aham Brahmasmi" video:
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