Released October 16, 2015
Louisville, Kentucky - United States
Released September 8, 2015
"The songs on Days Without Names are black metal hymns written through the vessel of nature. Within the solitude of the wilderness, DC Mills has become a conduit through which nature speaks of infinity. The infinite beauty bestowed upon it by its Maker and Creator. The woods are a church without walls constructed long before humankind walked the earth. And Days Without Names holds the voices of the choir of that church."
“Solace, understanding, progression, and communion—the essence of such terms musically grace your ears and palpitate your soul… Indefinitely, for fans of Agalloch, Drudkh, Woods of Desolation, Thy Light, Blaze of Sorrow, Elderwind, Váli, and Antestor!”
Nokternal Hemizphear Records
"Once again Vials of Wrath have delivered an album that has the feel to it that it is more than just a collection of songs. The album is a journey through darkened forests and internal struggles set to haunting melodies and driving black metal in lush arrangements."
9.5/10 – The Metal Resource
"Vials of Wrath distances themselves in the genre, doing a great job of creating an experience to send you into another world. As you listen along, you can feel how the band draws inspiration from nature."
Released April 23, 2013
"If you like black metal, if you like atmospheric music, both beautiful and cruel, if you crave something that sweeps you away—this is for you." (4.5/5 stars)
"This is haunting black metal, the echoes of solitude rather than the chilly hate of misanthropy. If you're in the mood for that, you're not gonna find much better in recent times than Seeking Refuge." (4/5)
"The overall atmosphere is somewhat dark and foreboding but somehow comforting at the same time. There is hope in the darkness." (8/10)
The Metal Resource
Released July 23, 2013