Entering Oblivion

by The Devils of Loudun

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    This is the f̶i̶r̶s̶t̶ second pressing of our 5 song EP "Entering Oblivion." Limited to 1̶0̶0̶ ̶u̶n̶i̶t̶s 200 units. The CD comes shrink-wrapped in a 4 panel digipak with artwork and layout created by Ors Bakonyi.

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“In less than twenty minutes, this band has managed to craft something that is not only more unique than what most underground Death Metal acts are peddling, but also significantly better. 9/10 rating.”
Danny Sanderson - Metal Temple

“The clear cut “Bandcamp” winner of the year at this point in time, The Devils of Loudun have what it takes to make a name for themselves going forward. The integration of symphonic elements that enhance instead of take center-stage and riveting guitarwork keep them out of the crosshairs of a number of like-minded bands and set them on their own pathway. 8/10 rating.”
Kyle McGinn - Dead Rhetoric
*The EP was also included in Dead Rhetoric's 2015 Best of Bandcamp List

“Just when you think it’s over, it beats you over the head with a new insane synth line, punchy guitar riff, or grand piano melody. 7/10 rating.”
Taylor Phelps - Metal Nation Radio

"There just aren’t many American metal groups this good these days, folks–let alone those that just finished recording their very first EP."
Jason Facer - The Aspen Examiner

"It is the kind of music that the listener should submerge into, and let it take him to a journey into the darkest times in history of humanity. 7/10"
Timur Sizov - The Circle Pit

"By turns, it’s bombastic and head-twisting, with jet-fueled fretwork, well-placed symphonic overlays, a contrasting piano-and-bass interlude that comes out of left field, and flesh-rending vocals.”
Islander - No Cleaning Singing


released February 21, 2015

Recorded and Engineered in 2014 by Scott Hermanns on Vashon Island, WA.
Produced by The Devils of Loudun.
Mixed and Mastered in by Nikolas Roy Quemtri at NRQ's Studio in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Scott Hermanns - Guitars
Drew Tuel - Guitars
Jose Gutierrez - Drums
Ben Velozo - Keyboards
Vance Bratcher - Vocals
Billy Keller - Bass

Artwork and Layout by Ors Bakonyi



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The Devils of Loudun

From Seattle, located in the heart of the rain drenched Pacific Northwest, comes The Devils of Loudun. A 6 man melodic death metal outfit named from a tale of religious fanaticism and demonic possession in 17th century France. Formed in the Summer of 2009, the bands ever-evolving sound has been called a combination of Scandinavian melo-death, symphonic power metal and American death metal. ... more

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