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These guys are doing interpretations of Gustav Holst's Vedic Hymns in a sort of black medievil folk style. The line up in various incarnations on different tracks is of corse Clay Ruby, along with Troy Schafer, Nathaniel Ritter, Vincent Wachowia and Dani Dahlke. The style works well and suits the darkness of the lyrics. It's a tad Dungeons and Dragons for my taste at times but I do like the heavie ...

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Vedic Hymns by Burial Hex/ Kinit Her
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 16 September 2010

These guys are doing interpretations of Gustav Holst's Vedic Hymns in a sort of black medievil folk style. The line up in various incarnations on different tracks is of corse Clay Ruby, along with Troy Schafer, Nathaniel Ritter, Vincent Wachowia and Dani Dahlke. The style works well and suits the darkness of the lyrics. It's a tad Dungeons and Dragons for my taste at times but I do like the heavier moments. This will certainly appeal to those of you that like wearing cloaks and painting lead minitures as well as the more adventerous gothic folk lovers out there, fans of Current 93 for example.


Vedic Hymns said:

Like a dark harbinger of doom, the ominous chants in 'Dawn' arrive on lightning bolt shards of guitar stabs and ceremonial drums. Compiling the dread are the terrifying yelps that punctuate the final minute of this fearsome metal ritual, making for some of the more frighteningly intense moments.


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