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Band
Crimson Moonlight
Title
Veil Of Remembrance
Type
LP/EP
Company
Rivel Records
YOR
2005
Style
Black
4/23/2005 - Review by: Timmy D
Crimson Moonlight - Veil Of Remembrance - 2005 - Rivel Records

Track Listing
1. Intimations of everlasting constancy
2. Painful mind contradiction
3. Embraced by the beauty of cold
4. The echoes of thought
5. My grief, my remembrance
6. The cold grip of terror
7. Illusions was true beauty
8. Contemplations along the way
9. Reflections upon the distress and agony of faith
This is one misleading band. The artwork and band logo gives you the impression that your going to get a good dose of pagan black metal, but in reality they sound like Defleshed crossed with Dissection & Mutant, which are all bands that straddle the line between death and black metal. Also, apparently these guys are Christian, which sort of struck me as a bit funny, since they sure sound like they love the devil.

This album has it all for for that metalhead looking for a little bit more. This band are equally good at ripping off your face and cremating your body, or lulling you into a false sense of security by playing somber, atmospheric passages. The production is a bit too "Neil Kernon" for me at first, but it suits the music well. Check it out...

--Timmy D. 04.09.05







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DOR
COMPANY
REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
Divine Darkness
2016
Endtime
Greg Watson7/25/2016
4
Veil Of Remembrance
2005
Rivel Records
Timmy D4/23/2005
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