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Convocation 01:39
Initiation 04:26
The Black Flame ignites And the Dark Gods will rise Light the fire between the horns Chaos, the only natural order Restored to the cosmos
As the serpent gnaws her tail A new species reigns, enslaved no more The tormentor rots, Nourish the soil with our flesh A new seed is sown
Under a sky of different stars, Streams run red with the death of man Through the veil to endless cosmos, Roots tighten around our throats Our extermination was earned The wake of ceaseless destruction Ends with our demise And the natural worlds will thrive
Catharsis 06:17
Beasts shit the remains of our kin, Reduced to extinction Forests run wild and ancient Wolves roam vast wilderness Bless the plague That delivers us to darkness Bless the void That shelters our worthless souls
Quietus 02:48


KVØID is Dylan Garrett Smith and Devan Stefani Fylstra

Dylan Smith - vocals, samples, artistic direction
Devan Fylstra - guitars, drums, synth, effects, vocals, samples

Recorded during the late winter of 2014 into 2015 at Candlewolfe Studios in Canadensis, PA by Devan Fylstra

Concept, artwork and design by Dylan Smith
Produced and mixed by Devan Fylstra
Mastered by James Plotkin

Special thanks to Uriah Brown and Crystal Lee Lucas.


released September 23, 2015

"First off, the amount of field recordings and minor seconds on this album is rather impressive. It reminds me somewhat of Ulcerate and Baring Teeth in that regard. The album will take you on a doomed journey from which you will only escape when the music stops, and it would probably be safe to get exorcised… just to be sure. It’s not the kind of relentless black metal either. In fact, there’s only a few climax moments, the rest is comprised of calmer but still wicked moments that sets you in a rather disturbing atmosphere.

Although relatively short, Nihility really is a great experience. There is no weak or out-of-place moment on this, and it’s a good case of quality content over quantity. As St-Exupéry said, perfection has been achieved not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. But the adverse effect of this is that I still want more."
- Dæv Tremblay (Can This Even Be Called Music?)


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