Canadian Black / Thrash Metal band ETERNAL DRAK have signed a deal with Wormholedeath for the physical release of their album “Drak Metal”. More info coming soon! Band statement: Eternal Drak proudly announces that we have signed with the Italian label Wormholedeath to invade the world Metal market with an edition of the Long Play “Drak Metal” in CD format. The album “Drak Metal” is a Long Play of 12 powerful tracks that travel through different styles of metal, from Heavy Metal to black metal. It is a constant criticism of the evil that the System in all its representations does to human development. An economic, religious, and social oppression that restricts us in our evolution and development. This album was recorded, mixed, and mastered at FirstWave Studio in Quebec Canada in 2020. ETERNAK DRAK : In 1997 the Martínez brothers, Drakar and Warhammer, aged 17 and 15 began the foundations of “Eternal Drak”. At the beginning of the 21st century “Eternal Drak” won the “City TV” award for the best Metal video, with the song Eternal Drak, In 2002, “Eternal Drak” publishes its first album (EP) “La Resurreccion De La Orden Guerrera” In 2005, they recorded their second album, but its official release was in 2018, an album mastered in a studio in Québec, Canada and published by “Living Metal”, a Colombian label. In 2007, “Eternal Drak” disbanded. In the year 2020, Drakar, Warmessiah and Reijav came together to create the album “The Past is Gone, A New One is Coming”. In memory of his brother and friend, co-founder and eternal drummer of “Eternal Drak”, Eduardo Martínez, Warhammer.
That second album was recorded, mixed, produced and mastered by the band’s leader, Drakar, at the Firstwave Studio facilities in Québec, Canada. In 2021 the third Long Play of the band is released, DRAK METAL, an album with 12 unreleased songs and 1 Cover. That same year the Line-up of the band is re-organized with the entry of Juan Francisco Avella on drums and Juan Cuervo on bass. Today “Eternal Drak” is more alive than ever and is determined to honor its name to continue distorting its strings, hitting its drums, strumming its voice, with more Metal, melody, and harmony than ever.