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Black metal from Finland. The band went with name Uncelestial during 2008 to 2011. Changed name back to Uncreation’s Dawn in 2011.


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  • tomcatha

    sarguer you sexy beast

    8 May 2013 Reply
  • VVurd - new album coming soon! Samples fucking kills!

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • torchbearer88

    *sigh... Hails to Uncreation's Dawn for the great gig in Helsinki last week!

    30 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Sarguer

    That's not actually what I said, in either regard. You either have a trolling intent or a very poor grasp of English.

    30 Aug 2012 Reply
  • torchbearer88

    yeah, but you say: "because of the Baptism split, there's some UD listeners...without the split, there wouldn't be anyone who listens..."... that's just simply "stupid" way to think... correlate with lack of fame?? what? only retards think like that.. if music is original and good quality, it doesn't chance to worse, if people start to listen to it... you should really listen "carefully" to UD and find the reasons why someone thinks it's good.. why you care about what others think??? "like writing to a 15-year-old-person..."

    23 Aug 2012 Reply
  • unholydeath

    UD > Baptism.

    17 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Sarguer

    I find it amusing how directly you seem to think originality and quality and black metal correlate with, for the lack of a better word, fame. Few others than Baptism collectors probably care about the split, especially since Sarcofagian's contribution is somewhat lacklustre compared to the majority of his work. Regardless, it should be taken into account that especially in internet circles, the connection that a split forms between bands can be quite important. The bands become associated with each other even if not many actually listen to the split itself.

    16 Aug 2012 Reply
  • torchbearer88

    Yeah, the split was so limited that no-one has really heard or noticed it ever... UD is known because of their own releases (ok, UD 7'' includes some guitar lines by Lord Sarcofagian), but both of the albums are so unique and good pieces of finnish black metal, that the reputation is made by themselves, not by any split release..

    16 Aug 2012 Reply
  • unholydeath

    Pretty sure that split has nothing to do with anything. How many Baptism listeners give a shit about that 7"?

    16 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Sarguer

    Imagine how few listeners UD would have if it wasn't for the Baptism split.

    3 Aug 2012 Reply
  • VVurd

    Unbelievable that this band has less than thousand listeners [2]

    18 Jan 2012 Reply
  • unholydeath

    Unbelievable that this band has less than thousand listeners. But yeah, then again this band is nothing trendy or cool. Unique and real black metal.

    30 Aug 2011 Reply
  • airairairhair

    Death's Tyranny is one of the best black metal albums of recent history.

    11 May 2010 Reply
  • NorseDave

    Quite good.

    5 Apr 2009 Reply
  • PaladinDhel

    Damn good black metal. Vote!

    16 Dec 2007 Reply

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