Near Death Revelations

by Blaze of Perdition

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T. Dillon
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T. Dillon I haven't heard such an intensely emotional album since Ascension's Consolamentum. Fierce from start to finish, with unexpected moments of haunting beauty. A brilliant and moving album I can't stop listening to over and over. Favorite track: Cold Morning Fears.
Spinebrain
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Spinebrain This is absolutely stellar comeback after the big tragedy the band had to face. Hoping to get a physical copy too. Favorite track: Królestwo Niczyje.
Szymon Orzechowski
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Szymon Orzechowski Co tu duzo pisac, w chuj dobry album i tyle. Kto nie kupil i nie przesluchal tego 666 razy, ten przegral zycie! Favorite track: Dreams Shall Flesh.
flightoficarus (Metal Trenches)
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flightoficarus (Metal Trenches) The simple hooks are carefully woven into a dense sonic fabric. You may find yourself humming these ominous melodies long after the album has ended. But Blaze of Perdition never shy away from a fiery solo to close out a track. Cascades of toms and double bass will seamlessly give way to thunderous mid-tempo affairs with crashes of lightning cymbals. If you like Ascension or Sulphur Aeon, you will love this. Full review Metal Trenches: metaltrenches.com/reviews/a-blaze-of-modern-bl-67 Favorite track: Cold Morning Fears.
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released June 26, 2015

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