'Liber Corvus' (the Raven Book) is the latest occult release of the neo-classical/martial project Kazeria
after the successful albums 'Discipline of the Shadows' (SkullLine 2008) and 'Credo Nostrvm' (Twilight, 2010). Exploring a more dark/ritual ambient, contemplative, neoclassical and gothic side than on previous works, this album was conceived as a rite of passage from dusk to the deep night in order to reach the Gnosis.
The concept behind this album was deeply inspired by the thelemic works of Frater Perdurabo (the great Aleister Crowley), the medieval mysticism, hermetic and alchemic symbolism and the heathen wisdom. The album contains four tracks plus two hidden tracks (the "Corvus Rituali" appendix), representing the rites of 'Liber Corvus' and a ritual video, directed by Diego Arandojo, that emphazises on the main theme of the work, in a kind of Kenneth Anger occult-filmic style!