The best possible heir to the legacy of Reverend Bizarre. Has both catchy rockers and morose poetry recited at a corpse's pace. Trad doom overflowing with both Crowley-isms and fascination with death.
Favorite track: Holiday in the Cemetery.
2016 has bequeathed a crate of venerable heirlooms to the house of doom. Stationed in the sable depths of that oak and iron chest is a melanite gem bearing the inscription 'The Year Is One'. The charred and weatherworn manifest invokes Finnish lore, identifying a traditional sect known as Spiritus Mortis.
Favorite track: Babalon Working.
The astounding vocal performance, (because it’s not easy to stay on top of) the massive guitar tone, the hugeness of bass&drums: everything contributes to the overall impression of a band of old Giants playing in the storm.
Favorite track: World of No Light.