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The Ruins Of Beverast


2003-  Alexander von Meilenwald - all instruments, vocals
2013-  G.ST - bass
2013-  Michael Zech - guitars
2013-  Job Bos - keyboards
2013-  Helvegr - drums
2017  Michael Zech - keyboards
› 2021  -//- jew's harp, e-bow, guitars, programming

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The Ruins Of Beverast is a project that always found new and exciting ways to blend black and doom metal. This time around, they add some Type O Negative, Drown and Jesu to the mix.
Review by RaduP ››
I am not going to hide my bias. Alexander Von Meilenwald is a crafter of some of the finest blackened doom metal on the planet, and I am most definitely a fanboy for The Ruins Of Beverast. Having been somewhat disappointed, however, with the project's previous Blood Vaults effort, I went into 2017's Exuvia with some pretty high hopes of the music redeeming itself. And by the grace of Nyarlathotep, those hopes have been met.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››
If you're one who pays close attention to the wretched cries of the metal underground, The Ruins Of Beverast, brainchild of ex-Nagelfar drummer Alexander Von Meilenwald, is probably a band on your radar. Bursting onto the scene with the powerful Unlock The Shrine in 2004, this impressive black metal one manner quickly proved itself a force to be reckoned with with its subsequent releases. 2009's Foulest Semen Of A Sheltered Elite took things to the next level, merging a sizable dose of doom into the mixing and making an already gloomy sound even more ominous and mesmerizing. For better or worse, however, the next step from there was a bit of a bump in the road.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››

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