So you thought that what Catholic priests do to little boys is worst what can happen to humanity ?
You had nightmares of war in Far-East after you saw suffering in the faces of women and children in your tv.
You thought nothing could beat the horrors of WWII?
You believed you had seen it all when Twin Towers felt down to earth?
You were wrong!
The truest doom metal ever to arise from the depths of the human mind, Reverend Bizarre have preached their sermon of true doom for almost two decades.
In the vein of such classic doom forefathers as St Vitus, Pentagram and Black Sabbath, Reverend Bizarre are as true in their art as inhumanely possible.
Using only the most basic rock instruments, the trio consisting of Earl of Void on drums, Peter Vicar on guitar and vocalist Albert Witchfinder on bass, has faced countless struggles, battled madness both internal and external, yet has always emerged victorious – smiling slyly, with bloodied steel in hand.
After their debut album “In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend” and the 74-minute EP “Harbinger of Metal” (yes, you read it right, that’s a true doom EP), it’s now time to unleash the Reverend’s second album of sermons.
Reverend Bizarre have returned and the message they bear has the keys to total and final DOOM of humanity! Sky will turn black and sulphur will rain on us all.
There is no way to escape the first signs of coming apocalypse, so you better prepare for what shall be...witness how they CRUSH THE INSECTS and harden yourself for the coming of terrors!
Albert Witchfinder, vocals and bass
Peter Vicar, guitars
Earl of Void, drums
In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend (CD 1999)
Harbinger of Metal (EP 2003)
In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend re-release (2CD 2004)
II: Crush the Insects (CD 2005)