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Blacksoul Seraphim / Press

“Ultimately, Blacksoul Seraphim is one of the classier Gothic/doom outfits from the States that I've heard, or at least the New England region, and very much recommended to fans of the more polished My Dying Bride output, earlier Anathema, Isole, Draconian, Swallow the Sun, While Heaven Wept, even a little Candlemass.”

"What is, perhaps, more noteworthy with regards to the album's themes, however, is not the band's construction of a past of unrepented evil, but rather their use to demand a present of unparalleled liberation. Towards the end of their otherwise historical (and, of course, hypothetical) nightmare, Blacksoul Seraphim begin to raise the standard of rebellion."

"This is not your typical funeral doom project"