Finally you can get Eye Of The Needle on CD.
There are not many albums by UK death/doom bands that don’t feature a drum kit, but do feature sounds of an ice cream float, a steam train and distant screams. With 7 tracks of melancholic, ambient, experimental songs and instrumentals. Martin Bowes of Attrition guests.
Formerly a Digital release only, our label at Stone Groove Records have now brought this out as a CD release.
Get it now…
Those already familiar with My Silent Wake must prepare to hear one of the greatest chapters in their musical history. Others who are unfamiliar should not miss the opportunity to hear this beautifully dark masterpiece. Reverend Leviathan – Darkest Goth Magazine
Hypnotises with insistent strokes; a hymn to hushed, barely contained malevolence masquerading as sweet lullaby.
You could try sleeping to this but expect some fucked-up nightmares! 8/10
Chris Jennings – Worship Metal
this is one of the best albums I’ve heard in a while; it’s full of interesting details, sonorous layers and strange words. it’s sometimes heavy, most times light but it’s ready to take you on a slightly strange and disturbing journey…won’t you join me ?
Not senseless noise, but a subtle well-presented soundtrack, which sounds on and off very epic-nordic. Plenty of room therefore for warrior fantasies of the Celts, Vikings and Norsemen Saga fans.