Second album from this Colorado duo, who dish out harrowing, bleak, ultra-dark black/war metal. 'Eater Of Birds' sees the band's sound expanding to incorporate a more crushing, monolithic tone, made even better with a guest appearance by the one and only Jarboe (Swans) on "Invincible Sun" and "Androids, Automatons, and Nihilists".
Review On Jan 10, 2015 by Zepp Savini of Wernersville, PA
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Cobalt Eater of Birds
If you're looking for corpse paint and a coniferous forest forget it. If you're looking for a black metal album that has great sound at high volume, intense musicianship, and killer full bodied songs, each with it's own unique personality from start to finish, than this cd is a must. These guys really got their shit together.