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Vials of Wrath

Vials of Wrath

Vials of Wrath


Vials of Wrath is the solo project of DC Mills - former rhythm guitarist for Bloodline Severed. It began in the Fall of 2009, a time when he was not currently a member of Bloodline. Inspired by other one-man acts such as Burzum, Striborg and Xasthur, he decided to try self-producing a few songs in the vein of his many influences, but with lyrics that reflected his Christian faith. Vials of Wrath was the outcome. His original songs were described as a blend of Christian black metal and death metal Read more on Last.fm
Vials of Wrath is the solo project of DC Mills - former rhythm guitarist for Bloodline Severed. It began in the Fall of 2009, a time when he was not currently a member of Bloodline. Inspired by other one-man acts such as Burzum, Striborg and Xasthur, he decided to try self-producing a few songs in the vein of his many influences, but with lyrics that reflected his Christian faith. Vials of Wrath was the outcome. His original songs were described as a blend of Christian black metal and death metal, sounding like a mix of older DImmu Borgir, Dissection, Cradle of Filth and Behemoth, but with a completely different lyrical viewpoint. Vials of Wrath released a split album with another "unblack" metal band, Warfrozen, at the end of March 2011 through indie label Unblack Metal Scene. A full-length album, "Seeking Refuge," was released independently in April 2013 which took Vials of Wrath in a very different direction.

With much more focus on atmosphere and the traditional black metal sound, this album has received many positive reviews, with HM Magazine giving it 4.5 out of 5 stars. Drawing comparisons to Wolves In The Throne Room, Alcest and Agalloch, Vials of Wrath continues to evolve… Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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