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Sowulo announces new album: ‘Wurdiz’

The Dutch band's next studio album will be released in September via By Norse Music

by Thiago Marques
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Wurdiz will be Sowulo‘s first previously unreleased album via By Norse Music. The band has recently released through the label vinyl versions of two of their albums, MANN and SOL.

The title of the new album is the Proto-Germanic word for “destiny”. Indeed, the main theme of Wurdiz will be the swing between fate and free will, as put by the band’s frontman, Faber Horbach.

“The album is about fate as the unfolding turning of events and the journey of becoming aware of one’s own threads within the tapestry of life.”

Featuring 12 songs, Wurdiz will combine a healthy variety of instruments, such as the carnyx, lyre, nyckelharpa, Irish bouzouki, Celtic harp, violin, viola, blowing horns, enriched by “throat singing, spoken incantations and powerful vocals (…) accompanied by bombastic percussion (…)”.

The album will be released on September 9th and will be available as CD Digipack Trifold w/ 16-pages booklet, regular Black, and Limited Grey 2×12’’ vinyl in Gatefold featuring printed inner sleeves and etched D-side, as well as digital format. You can pre-order any of the formats via By Norse Music web stores, where you can also find the vinyl versions of MANN and SOL:

EU/World: bynorsestore.com
North America: bynorsestore.net
Pre-save on digital: https://orcd.co/wurdiz

Sowulo announces new album: 'Wurdiz'

Sowulo announces new album: 'Wurdiz'

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To celebrate the announcement, the band has released a lyric video for Wyrd Webba, the first single of the upcoming album, a composition “designed to feel the unavoidable force of fate. It gives voice to the call to fulfill your destiny within this lifetime.”

Lineup for the song:

  • Faber Horbach (Vocals, Throat singing, Lyre, Nyckelharpa, Irish bouzouki, percussions, Synths & VST)
  • Chloé Bakker (Celtic triplett harp)
  • Micky Huijsmans (Vocals)
  • Rikke Linssen  (Violin)
  • Angeles Chaparro (Viola)
  • Heleen de Jonge (Cello)
  • Tim Elfring & Fieke van den Hurk (Small percussion)

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