THEUDHO Announce New Album, Lineup

Flemish pagan metal band THEUDHO will release the follow-up to the 2004 critically acclaimed debut album "Treachery" in the first half of 2006 through Nepherex, home of such underground acts as WANHOOP, KLUDDE and IRON CLAD.

The new material, conceptually based on a yet undisclosed theme in Germanic literature, is currently being recorded at the same facilities where "Treachery" was recorded. Raf, lead guitar player of the Flemish black metal gods ANCIENT RITES, will mix and master the album.

Starting out as a one-man band in 2003 and performing as a two-piece the last year, THEUDHO have announced the arrival of two new members: bassist Filip (GORATH, MAHLSTRØM, P:407) and drummer Joachim (WANHOOP).

Since all slots in the line-up are filled, the band are contemplating accepting some of the offers they have received to perform live.


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