Fuimus, Non Sumus…

by Comatose Vigil

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The second long-awaited album from the leading Russian funeral doom metal band Comatose Vigil!
During more than five years since their EP “Narcosis” the band’s line-up several times have changed for various gigs, but finally they returned to the original one, in which was recorded the debut album, made the band famous: A.K. iEzor – vocals, drums; ViG’iLL – guitars, bass; ZiGR – keyboards. It’s in this classical line-up they have recorded their brand new album «Fuimus, Non Sumus…».
The recording was performed at Primordial Studio (Russia), also famous for work with Revelations of Rain, Who Dies In Siberian Slush, engineered by Hater & Stellarghost (from Abstract Spirit, Twilight Is Mine). Mixing & mastering was done by Greg Chandler (from Esoteric) at Priory Recording Studios (UK).
The CD contains three absolutely new compositions with total length of 75’35”! Comatose Vigil music became more mature, balanced and rich, certainly, continuing its cold, dark monumental tradition. Sounding noticeably transformed, in adding power, depth, and transparency, while a feeling for fine details become more well-marked, crowning a breathtaking material. This work can deservedly be considered one of the best examples of funeral doom metal in the world!
The album is issued as a noble limited edition digipack containing a booklet, and a hand-numbered inlay with band photo and musicians original signatures!

Solitude Productions


released September 12, 2011



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Comatose Vigil город Москва, Russian Federation

Extremely majestic, almost epic, and bleak funeral doom. The whole music feels like a waste hall. The extremely dark vocals contrast the symphonic aura of the music. Fans of Tyranny must hear this.

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