Up to and including the release 'Trilogy III' this was the one-man band of Phil Howlett, but it is now a fully fledged band. The music consists of a heavy traditional doom, sometimes with a very slight hint of doom/gothic. While the project/band has covered many different aspects of traditional doom the music usually holds very strong similarities to Reverend Bizarre. There are some strong political views involved, as can be seen in the lyrics: "Burn the fucking flag!"
|American Terrorist||2005||None||Demo CD|
|Funeral Songs||2005||None||Demo CD|
|Funeral Songs II||2006||None||Re-release|
|The Red Sea||2006||None||Demo CD|
|The Red Sea II||2007||None||Demo CD|
|In Ruins II||2008||None||Re-release|
|Trilogy III||2009||None||Demo CD|
|Serpents Of The Church||2011||Altsphere production||CD|
|The Invocation||2013||Rotedoom Records||CD|
|The Kingdom||2013||Rotedoom Records||CD|
|American Terrorist (2005)|
|Funeral Songs (2005)|
|The Red Sea (2006)|
|Sorrows Path (2010)|
|Serpents Of The Church (2011)|
|The Invocation (2013)|
|The Kingdom (2013)|
|'Funeral Songs II' is a re-release of 'Funeral Songs' where some of the tracks were upgraded to real drums.|
'The Red Sea II' was originally intended to be a bonus disc to 'The Red Sea' - and you'll find the release titled as 'The Red Sea Bonus Disc' in some places - but it was instead released as a separate demo.
'In Ruins' was originally a 2CD demo, but the discs were separated into two different releases when re-released: The re-released 'In Ruins' is the first disc and 'In Ruins II' is the second.
'Trilogy III' was intended to be the last CD of a trilogy of demo CDs, but this venture was abandoned when the project formed into a band.