Origin: USA
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Corvus Corax  


Labelled by their record company as "pagan symphonic black metal", Corvus Corax packs a lot into their debut album, Atavistic Triad. The songs are long (the core of the album are two 14+ minute songs and another track that's over 7 minutes) and involved, with a thick, dense doom/black/gothic blend and harsh black-ish vocals. The interplay between guitars and keyboards is nice, and there are no faults with the performances, but the songs are slightly lacking in identity. There is clear potential here, as their style is fairly unique. Though there is room for improvement, Atavistic Triad could prove an interesting listen, though it's far from light or immediate. The band seems to keep a rather low profile and, with reports of side projects occupying some of the members, it's not really clear where this band is headed.

Current Members

Johann Cleereman

vocals/guitars

Paul Martin

drums/guitars/bass

Mallus Stormcrow

keyboards


Discography



Tha Atavistic Triad 
2000 Dark Symphonies
  1. Son of the Earth
  2. Terminus Est
  3. Sojourn
  4. Mystagogue
  5. hidden track
  • Johann Cleereman
  • Paul Martin
  • Mallus Stormcrow


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