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Gorlim and Mormegil began their music careers while they were in high school in a Christian hardcore band called Seventimesfallen. After a few years of writing songs, the band parted ways because of differences. The guys began to dream of a black metal project that would reflect their love of God and winter. However, schedule conflicts and lack of proper means prevented them from bringing their idea to fruition. But…

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  • great band
  • https://www.facebook.com/AntiAntiChristianBlackMetal
  • Rage harder, please. [2] An Autumn Moon got some Carpathian Forest influences, it's an okay experimental raw depressive black metal album. "It's laughable lyrical concept" Satanic black metal lyrics are not better at all, I've listen it for many many many years and the reason I quit listen it was because of it's lyrics.. Especially Dark Funeral, Carpathian Forest, Belphegor. Well.. we all have different opinions but mine is the best one for me of course!
  • Rage harder, please.
  • Noble opinion below, but I can't help but agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment that it is indeed just absolutely terrible.
  • Also, which daft person tagged this as "jesusxcore?" :D
  • Go hide in a cave, you Satanic trolls! "Defiling the Serpent's Temple" is a less than average album. It sounds a bit disorganized, the recording quality is a bit too underground even in the black metal scene, and overall the musicianship could have been much better. There were a few good riffs and melodic moments, though. "An Autumn Moon" is a whole lot better. The musicianship is a step up, the band actually melds the harsh and melodic elements artistically, and the quality is better. I like the album art too ^^ Overall a decent band, but there are better out there in my opinion.
  • великолепно!
  • RIP .....awesome band, with great lyrics.
  • Death Is Dead (e.p.) (pre-order) by Coram Deo http://www.soundmass.com/show_item.php?item=6634

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