The task of merging indigenous folk music and pagan philosophies with dark steel was seemingly not ambitious or all-consuming enough for the people from the Ukraine’s widely acclaimed Drudkh. If not bandmembers Roman Saenko (vocals, electric guitar, keyboards), Thurios (electric guitar), Krechet (bass), and Yuriy Sinitsky (drums) wouldn’t possess found the power to start out a side task in 2005 called Bloodstream of Kingu, to be able to explore Sumerian, Egyptian, Tibetan, and Indo-Aryan mythologies. Right now, as you will see by embracing page 217 within your books, Kingu was obviously the Babylonian deity whose murder as a result of the god Marduk spilled the bloodstream that would bring about mankind, etc., etc. So it is no question that such classic and evocative misconceptions would give a abundant harvest of suggestions for Bloodstream of Kingu’s 2007 debut recording, De Occulta Philosophia, and its own 2010 follow-up, Sunlight inside your home from the Scorpion. Course dismissed.