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A long time coming, Vestige Of Virtue's debut has matured into a bittersweet poignancy that has a sound entirely its own.
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Dark atmospheres and heavy riffing layered with menacing vocals, haunting keyboards and fragile female vocals. The band's sound has a strong resemblance to...
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