Suffering from record-label turnovers and insufficient promotion, Netherlands-based goth rock group Daeonia never attained the success they deserved. Their debut record, Craven, happened up for just two years before released by United kingdom label Candlelight, in 1999, shedding the momentum of their separately created four-track mini-CD, Morphic Lands, released 2 yrs earlier. Produced in 1993, as Aeon, the near future associates of Daeonia released two effective demos under that name. The Fantasizing Minute, released in 1997, was called “demo from the month” by Dutch newspaper, AARDSCHOK. Changing their name to Daeonia in 1997, the music group were over the crest of achievement. Inside a fortnight of the transformation, they released Morphic Lands and acquired caught the hearing of professionals at Candelight, who authorized them to an archive deal. Their expectations crumbled, nevertheless, as Candlelight experienced professional changes. It got 2 yrs to get issues straightened out. The issues continuing when Daeonia’s second recording, Crescendo, recorded through the winter season of 2000, didn’t be their industrial breakthrough. Vocalist Louis de Roo, who got became a member of the group before documenting the album, remaining the band, acquiring guitarist Michael Bink with him. Daeonia was pressured to reorganize itself like a four-piece group.