Hailing from the city of Vaasa, in Finland, Enochian Crescent was created in 1995 by vocalist Wrath (true name Janne Kuru) and guitarist Victor (Karri Suoraniemi) — both of these quite unusual performers, as mysterious within their motives because they are musically influenced. Nevertheless, neither 1996’s Anno Bastardi mini-album, nor its next-year full-length follow-up, Telocvovim, received the required exposure from your band’s small label, Woodcut, to pass on their burgeoning status beyond local residents. Rather, Enochian Crescent’s apparently predestined day with far-flung notoriety just arrived when vocalist Wrath was hospitalized after trimming his personal wrists on-stage (famously producing a mess from it for planned headliners Emperor)! Because of this, Nuclear Blast’s Rays Information imprint quickly certified Telocvovim for launch throughout European countries, where it had been duly acclaimed by most critics and followers, and resulted in a brand new cope with Avantgarde Music for 1998’s Babalon Patralx de Telocvovim EP, and 2000’s Omega Telocvovim recording. These, too, had been hailed as unusually imaginative and innovative functions, generally breaking with exhausted black metallic conventions with spectacular results. But some musician defections and escalating disagreements between music group and label finished up resulting in a protracted condition of limbo that Enochian Crescent would just emerge — apparently unscathed but still easily breaking new floor — five years later on, using the conceptual Black Chapel recording.
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