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Luminous Vault - Animate The Emptiness

6.7 | 23 votes |
Release date: 20 May 2022
Style: Black metal, Death metal, Industrial metal


2 have it
3 want it

01. Invoke Radiant Gleam
02. Incarnate Flame Arise
03. Divine Transduction
04. Regeneration
05. Earth Daemon
06. Embryonic
07. Ancient North

Additional info
Recorded by the band in NYC between 2019 and early 2020.
Mixed by Mario Diaz de Leon.
Mastered by Josh Bonati.

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A dark ambient composer tackled on the industrial black metal sound.

published 29.05.2022 | Comments (0)

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19.04.2022 - 16:56
Rating: 8

The Ep Charismata is really good!! .... Can't wait for the entire album ....already liked the tracks 4 and 7 ...
Um, Dois, Três, Quatro! Yeah! PORRA!!!
12.05.2022 - 20:45
Rating: 8

This looks promising...
21.05.2022 - 16:17
Rating: 6

This album reminds me of Godflesh sometimes. They are a good band.
I'm glad i don't know them cause they probably think they are great.
The egos on some people ruin everything.
23.05.2022 - 02:02
Rating: 8

Incredible debut album.
"Nullum unquam exstitit magnum igenium sine aliqua dementia [there was never great genius without some madness]."

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21.06.2022 - 23:00
all eyez on me
Fun to relax to, sporting pretty colors and having straight-up obvious Godflesh and Pyramid sounds dynamic-ed all the way up. Maybe even some Godkiller in here and there. Kinda shameful how this record got passed up more than it needed but worship albums tend to be one-night stands usually.

Only album I've had fun hearing first time this year besides Machine Girl's WLFGRL.
I may not have the largest collection but I certainly have the absolute best

22.06.2022 - 08:57
Rating: 7
A Nice Guy
This is a surprisingly good album, with an interesting combination of black metal inspired riffing, and with the industrial effects of Godflesh, along with an incredibly heavy bass sound.

I like how there's a tension brewing up in the atmosphere, and the way some of the tracks build up and release that tension like on "Regeneration". However, the final track, "Ancient North", impressed me most, where they threw a bit of electronic work in their which worked quite well I think.

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