Record of the Year from AMG

The extremely kind people over at Angry Metal Guy have named “Veil of Imagination” the records of the year for 2019! Truly grateful to receive such an honor. Click the link below to read about it and the other great bands on the list.

https://www.angrymetalguy.com/angry-metal-guys-top-tenish-o-2019/

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  • Brad Stone
    Brad Stone
    I like AMG because they put serious effort into reviewing albums that most sites don’t bother with. I streamed this after reading the review and was immediately blown away. I’ve since purchased it along with “Sleep at the Edge of the Earth”. AMG’s claim of Record of the Year is well deserved, this is great stuff (coming from a guy who mostly listens to a wide range of metal genres since the early 80’s). Not just the musical composition but the recording quality is phenomenal as well. I don’t have any listening equipment that this sounds bad on. If Wilderun sounds only half this good live it’s still the first band I want to go see play now. I don’t know if the band set extremely high standards for themselves while recording this, or are just very skilled musicians or both. I live 60 minutes from Boston and had never heard of Wilderun until seeing the AMG review, so I thank both Wilderun and AMG for allowing me to listen to this. I’m hoping for future Wilderun releases now.

    I like AMG because they put serious effort into reviewing albums that most sites don’t bother with. I streamed this after reading the review and was immediately blown away. I’ve since purchased it along with “Sleep at the Edge of the Earth”. AMG’s claim of Record of the Year is well deserved, this is great stuff (coming from a guy who mostly listens to a wide range of metal genres since the early 80’s). Not just the musical composition but the recording quality is phenomenal as well. I don’t have any listening equipment that this sounds bad on. If Wilderun sounds only half this good live it’s still the first band I want to go see play now. I don’t know if the band set extremely high standards for themselves while recording this, or are just very skilled musicians or both. I live 60 minutes from Boston and had never heard of Wilderun until seeing the AMG review, so I thank both Wilderun and AMG for allowing me to listen to this. I’m hoping for future Wilderun releases now.

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