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RUDRA Show Off The Extremes Of Singaporean Vedic Metal On Their "Seer of All" Video

Sitar, flute, tablas, and even a didgeridoo can be heard in their most recent album…

Sitar, flute, tablas, and even a didgeridoo can be heard in their most recent album...

If you're unfamiliar, Rudra are a Singaporean group who started out in the early 90's releasing what they considered as 'Vedic Metal,' which consists of Indian classical music blended with death, black, and thrash metal. Last year, the band released their eight studio length album Enemy of Duality via Transcending Obscurity Records. You can purchase it by clicking here.

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We're excited to premiere the video for one the LP's more extreme tracks, "Seer of All." You can watch the video below and be sure to check out the rest of the record for some sitar, flute, tablas, and even a didgeridoo mixed in with the heavy.

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