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"Bal-Sagoth are perhaps the only one of these saga-spinning sword wielding acts who can actually grip you with their narrative... great titles too, like "Shackled To The Trilithon Of Kutulu" and "Unfettering The Hoary Sentinels Of Karnak", make Manowar sound like Green Day."
"Bal-Sagoth's ability to create a majestic and ethereal atmosphere is once again impeccable... with vocalist Byron's imaginative occult-driven dialogue that escalates into a euphoric and perfectly balanced mixture of synth-phonic instrumentation and virtuoso-styled riffs."
"Bal-Sagoth, one of the most original and intriguing, yet also criminally overlooked and often completely misunderstood musical acts around... their legacy is one that is extremely unlikely to ever be matched or bettered."
"The glossy extravagance of songs like "Six Score And Ten Oblations To A Malefic Avatar" (as ever, Bal-Sagoth give great title) perfectly suits the band's grandiloquent conceptual ambitions. This is insanely epic and cinematic stuff, rendered in vivid sonic hues."