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De Ruyter Korps

De Ruyter Korps

De Ruyter Korps


Leiden, The Netherlands (2005- ) De Ruyter Korps is a metalband from The Netherlands. The band is characterised by its nationalist lyrical themes. Taking its name from the famous Dutch admiral and national hero, Michiel de Ruyter, De Ruyter Korps formed in 2005. The band released its first demo, which was a rather typical display of RAC, in 2007. Whilst being subject to frequent line-up changes, the band recorded more songs that same year, 4 of which were released on a split CD with Brigade M, called 'Kraken Gaat Door'. Read more on Last.fm
Leiden, The Netherlands (2005- ) De Ruyter Korps is a metalband from The Netherlands. The band is characterised by its nationalist lyrical themes. Taking its name from the famous Dutch admiral and national hero, Michiel de Ruyter, De Ruyter Korps formed in 2005. The band released its first demo, which was a rather typical display of RAC, in 2007. Whilst being subject to frequent line-up changes, the band recorded more songs that same year, 4 of which were released on a split CD with Brigade M, called 'Kraken Gaat Door'.

The production improved vastly, as did the songwriting, which shifted towards metal, with more technically complex songwriting and lots of solos. Lyrical themes included privacy-invasion, squatting, and general nationalism. Even though the next release, a planned full-length album, has yet to see the light, DRK has been all but silent. The band has played various gigs throughout Europe, and new songs have been written. Over the years, DRK has increasingly distanced itself from nazism, refusing to play concerts organised by national-socialist organisations, and expressing a form of nationalism that refuses racism and totalitarianism.

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