It’s all happening for A Cloud of Ravens at the moment. Not only out touring the world sharing stages with the likes of Then Comes Silence, Clan of Xymox, and Curse Mackey but a new 11-track album of dark and delicious delights.

Right from the opening, clinical drum beats and brooding, relentless bass line of “Requiem For The Sun,” you know where you are, musically speaking. The sound is shaded, edgy, underground to the point of being subterranean, a swirl of post-punk…

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