Incredible. The sort of black metal that sends waves of shivers across your skin. Haunting vocals lost in a sea of swirling guitar & relentless drum, that lead you into moments of surrender only to drag you back into chaos. Hits you right at the core of your being. Highly recommended
IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS is proud to present the highly anticipated debut demo of VEILED, Omniscient Veil. Although indeed the band's very first recording under the VEILED banner, the mysteriously titled Omniscient Veil is more of a rebirth than a brand-new birth itself: VEILED was born from the demise of Gnosis of the Witch as a necessity to break away from the monotony of mundane expectation. With heavy emphasis on astral atmospheric vibrations and ethereal soundscapes, VEILED is the matured growth of what the nevertheless-celebrated Gnosis of the Witch could not have been in its existence. Across the four expansive tracks of Omniscient Veil, the American duo patiently build yawning 'n' yearning chasms of ever-swirling black metal mysticism, neither tied to the first wave nor the new wave nor any wave. Ancient yet wholly modern, Omniscient Veil beckons complete and utter immersion, taking the grim hysteria of VEILED's preceding guise into subtler, more measured territory, landscapes that are nameless but somehow within grasp. IRON BONEHEAD label boss PK even adds harrowing session vocals to the second song, thus completing the totality that is Omniscient Veil. From total death comes total rebirth...
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I am floating in your music. If I had to describe determination, genius, honesty, devotion, soul and pure feeling to a Mars resident, I would play this record. Dziękuję z całego serca za muzykę !!
Indeed the riff in II 1:29.... wow. moax-j
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I love Algleymi very much but there’s one area in which this is superior: production, especially the drums. Otherwise they’re two quite different records, but both are black metal classics as far as I’m concerned. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to hear more. Metallurgical Fire