Disciples of the Void

by SHRINE OF INSANABILIS

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Aaron Lee
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Aaron Lee Modern BM with a no-nonsense old-school feel; equal parts atmosphere and violence.
JayCee
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JayCee Sooooo good.

Owned on red Vinyl as well.
Gematriel
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Gematriel Quality that you should pay for. Excellent first debut release. And the very awesome logo makes a great patch.
Sekator
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Sekator EXCELLENT, way above average black metal.

Excellent production, musicianship, lots of really interesting grim atonal riffs.

This band stands out above the rest. Favorite track: End All.
Fabio Carretti
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Fabio Carretti A must have for fans of Marduk / Watain.
Definitely one of my favourite records in 2015. Favorite track: Cycles And Circles.
seasonsinthesky
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seasonsinthesky One of my top favourites in 2015. Stunning, especially the opening trio. Favorite track: Ruina.
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about

Always the vanguard of purist-yet-boundless black metal, W.T.C. PRODUCTIONS is proud to present the debut album of SHRINE OF INSANABILIS, Disciples of the Void. Although literally emerging from nothingness earlier this year, SHRINE OF INSANABILIS are no mere acolytes, instead evincing a master's knowledge across their debut album. Never more aptly titled, Disciples of the Void comprises six testimonies to the fiery aspiration for enlightenment through inconceivable nothingness. These testimonies are also manifested into this world by their corresponding sigils. SHRINE OF INSANABILIS vividly portray these visions through a heaving mass of obsidian black metal, forever rising and falling, surging and merging, offering glimpses of glory and valleys of despair in equal measure. Like most W.T.C. PRODUCTIONS, Disciples of the Void is impeccably recorded - bold, full-bodied, even Technicolor - with mixing & mastering done by Patrick Engel at Temple of Disharmony, and finished off with David Glomba (Teitanarts) cover art truly deserving of its malefic contents. Blinding darkness, unbearable silence, and incureable madness, all displayed for everyone to experience: this is a raging beginning on a path through the Void.(NTB)

credits

released September 22, 2015

All songs summoned from the void by Shrine of Insanabilis.
All artwork by David Glomba. Mixed and Mastered by Patrick W. Engel
at Temple of Disharmony in February 2015.

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