Proving that Pa Christian rockers may slay with as very much brutality as the normal demon-worshiping Norwegian death steel group, Aletheian mix blistering prog chops, dual-guitar harmonies, and gutteral howls to produce a savage albeit melodic make of steel. Originally produced in 1997 beneath the name Crutch, they released several albums separately and developed a group of fans with the discharge of their third LP, Wish Prevails. Using a lineup alter in 2003, they transformed their name to Aletheian, the Greek phrase for “truth,” and released the full-length concept record Apolutrosis. As the name and encounters had transformed, the music continued to be the same, filled with text messages of positivity within a brutal shell of fiery fury. Shortly after, in 2005, they self-produced Dying Vine, and toured successively for 3 years, promoting the discharge by playing displays with steel megaliths Biohazard, Buried Alive, and Underoath, amongst others, in some club times and celebrations. In 2008, Ironclad Recordings captured wind flow and released a remastered edition of Dying Vine for the people.