03:28 - J. N. After some snooping, it seems like Tomas Hallbom (The Old Wind, ex-Breach) is Terra Tenebrosa's The Cuckoo.
03:20 - Bad English Mahdi - its MA , unless you dont see official source dont trust it, send PM on bands FB and ask
03:16 - mz wtf :( flourishing is finished ? [link]
03:11 - Bad English btw I like that band , great one and thanks for recomend atmo bm from Siberia
03:08 - Bad English I think conusion was because Thin Lizzy old members form this one, and all those are ammericans , originlal was Irish, Gary from belfast, Phil from Dblin, if I recall Erik bell was from Dublin to latest line up was americans
01. 50 Forts Along The Rhine 02. Soliloquy Of The Stigmatised Shepherd 03. Rapture 04. Blood Vaults (I: Thy Virginal Malodour) 05. Soil Of The Incestuous 06. Balnaa-Kheil The Bleak 07. Rain Upon The Impure
One of Germany's best bands in this day and age is The Ruins Of Beverast. With their amazing debut they already conquered my heart, and hopefully I was not the only one. "Rain Upon The Impure" is the follow up from that grand debut album and displays a little change of style. Of course, when one takes a look at the impressive discography of Alexander Von Meinenwald, the sole member of Ruins.., he would have expected already that the new album would not just be a blatant rip-off from the debut.
This is my beloved work of Alexander and one of the best black metal albums I've ever heard. I don't blame the production... All you have to do is increase the volume of your speakers. An unforgettable journey.
This album is darkness incarnate. Just incredible. The production might be lackluster, but in the end, that is hardly the most important part. Every song, everything about this work is perfect. Probably the only atmospheric BM album I enjoy more then Lurker Of Chalice.
Great album. I listened to it like seven times now (would have been much more often but it's stupidly long so it takes some time to listen to it in a row) and it always leaves me sitting with closed eyes feeling extremely uncomfortable and moved at the same time. That's the feeling I want to get when I listen to Black Metal.
Vinyl rip. Some tangible improvements to the CD versions, mostly notably the lead guitar and vocals which come through much stronger and louder. Generally far less muddy. Definitely the definitive version.
There's also an extra track on the end, an Unholy cover called 'Neverending Day'.