9 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their dazzling debut, Atlanta’s Cloak conjure a bewitching blend of black metal, rock, and occult bombast. Steeped in darkness and death imagery, songs like “Within the Timeless Black,” “Beyond the Veil,” and 10-minute closer “Deep Red” harness hypnotic guitars and horror-movie melodies to channel the kind of mesmerizing atmosphere summoned by Swedish sorcerers Tribulation and In Solitude. Meanwhile, vocalist Scott Taysom’s sepulchral howl gives “The Hunger,” “Forever Burned,” and the sinister “In the Darkness, the Path” a grim and ghoulish immediacy.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their dazzling debut, Atlanta’s Cloak conjure a bewitching blend of black metal, rock, and occult bombast. Steeped in darkness and death imagery, songs like “Within the Timeless Black,” “Beyond the Veil,” and 10-minute closer “Deep Red” harness hypnotic guitars and horror-movie melodies to channel the kind of mesmerizing atmosphere summoned by Swedish sorcerers Tribulation and In Solitude. Meanwhile, vocalist Scott Taysom’s sepulchral howl gives “The Hunger,” “Forever Burned,” and the sinister “In the Darkness, the Path” a grim and ghoulish immediacy.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
8 Ratings
8 Ratings
tsneden84

Awesome sound

These guys have an awesome unique sound , I've heard they are great live also . GO BUY THIS !!!

rebelfairlane

Posers

Poser metal

TBS

Partly there!

I really like the direction of the song 'To Venomous Depths' instrumentally, only soured by very poor vocals. I would have rated much higher with acceptable vocal track.

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