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Release date: 11 September 2012
Style: Death doom metal


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01. Vortex Macabre
02. Effigies Of Evil
03. In The Dead We Dwell
04. Curses Scribed In Gore
05. Crumbling Insanity
06. Summoned Into Euphoric Madness
07. Evoken Vulgarity
08. Retribution In Eternity
09. Psychopath [Eternal Darkness cover] [bonus]
10. Burning A Sinner [Witchfinder General cover] [bonus]
11. Theme From Tenebre [bonus]

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Teemu Hannonen - guitars
Pekka Koskelo - drums
Lasse Pyykkö - bass, guitars, vocals
Markus Makkonen - bass

Additional info
Digital editions including a special deluxe edition vinyl release, which comes with a limited edition 7" featuring covers by Witchfinder General and Eternal Darkness.

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12.09.2012 Perhaps a tad weaker than their older releases, but still a joyride full of creepy melodies that creep out from between heavy-as-lead riffs.

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Lit. The Epics (Because I Don't Think Pyramid God Is Coming Back)  | #34
IronAngel The Pussiest Poser Guide To 2012 - Iron's Favorites  | #56
Neachy 2012: My Top 50  | #40
Enemy of Reality Best Albums Of 2012  | #21
Draugen 2012 - From the Awesome to the Awful  | #51
A Misanthropist My Favorite Black And Doom Metal Albums Of 2012!  | #25
Danzigloki Metal For The Soul  | #7
Alexbridger Metal Top 50 (myFavorites 2012)  | #32
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Daniell - 08.09.2012 at 11:38  
Rating: 8 These guys don't disapppoint. After the brilliant "Never Cross the Dead" they made another great album.
BloodTears - 19.09.2012 at 13:06  
Rating: 8 Very good indeed. I was surprised to find some melodic stuff in here too.
Draugen - 11.11.2012 at 14:39  
Rating: 7 While I did not find this album to be quite as captivating and memorable as the previous two, it is still a solid release nonetheless. The bands trademark sound of groovy horror doom is for the most part intact, although I do miss the more gritty creepiness which particularly their debut managed to convey.
Lit. - 25.11.2012 at 19:37  
  Listening to it right now and loving it immensely.
That sample in the beginning of Crumbling Insanity, is that from the movie adaption of The Fall of the House of Usher? Sounds very familiar.

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