RUDRA Re-Recording 'Kurukshetra' Album

Singaporean metallers RUDRA are currently re-recording their third album, "Kurukshetra", at the Black Isle Studios with producers Joshua Nair and Sean Loo. "Kurukshetra" was originally released in 2003 on the Trishul label.

Commented bassist/vocalist Kathir: "I think the 'Kurukshetra' album had a lot to [offer], but unfortunately it [did not] receive wide circulation and distribution. We're taking the effort to renew the sound and especially improve the production. The album has great songs but the production leaves much to be desired, and it's great to be back in the studios with Joshua and Sean. We're also looking for record labels to work with on this release to get better distribution and circulation. Contact us if you're interested."

RUDRA's fourth album, "Brahmavidya: Primodial I", was released last year via Demonzend Records.


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