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Review from Pitchline Zine

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, April 11, 2013, In : Album Reviews 
From: Pitchline Zine
Published: April 11, 2013
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*Google translation of Spanish review

The adventures of this trio russian dating back to 2008, the year from which epitimia has continued to edit and publish new material, made ​​the other, has been pass bill. With three studio albums as relevant material, is with the latter, especially, with whom the band has fallen squarely on the topics and even in the field of emulation. While not a bad album, 'Faces of Insanity' did not get my ...

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Review from Necromance Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, March 29, 2013, In : Album Reviews 
From: Necromance Webzine
Published: March 27, 2013
*Google translation of Spanish review
The music that the Russians epitimia offer us in this "Faces of Insanity" is not black metal, or Doom, or post-rock ... but it also has features of all these styles in his compositions groupedso this is a work that will be difficult to digest input, I recommend you listen if you have the chance because you end up going. 9 are the cuts that compose it and that has been released through Hypnotic ...

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Review from Don't count on it Reviews

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, December 27, 2012, In : Album Reviews 
From: Don't count on it Reviews
December 25, 2012
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My relationship with Russian bands has really decreased in the last year. When I first started this blog, I remember that I covered a lot of really bad Russian one-man groups and last year I covered a handful as well, this year I don't think I've covered all that many. With Hypnotic Dirge releasing this album though, I did have faith that this would be worth hearing though.
Honestly, I wasn't quite sold on this album wh...

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Review from Pest Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Saturday, December 22, 2012, In : Album Reviews 
From: Pest Webzine/Slowly We Rot Issue 3
Published: December 20, 2012
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I remember 2 years ago I have reviewed Epitimia's debut album but this is already their third full-length so the Russian trio seems pretty productive. And luckily enough in their case productive doesn't mean lack of quality, in fact this third album is much better than their debut, they have developed from a Depressive Black Metal with good potential to an almost mature Ambient Black Metal outfit with solid compo...
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Released: July 14, 2012
500 Copies
Atmospheric Black Metal/Post-rock