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"The album sounds pertinent and flawless, even if it evokes insane and chaotically cosmic emotions (like the cover art) and lyrically emphasizes the weaknesses of humanity, the competently built compositions and the fresh ideas can’t entirely allow descending into this psychic dark voyage of the music." - Antichrist Magazine

" In  my  opinion  Journey  Into  Darkness  are  a  very  great  sounding  symphonic  mixture  of  black,  doom  and  death  metal  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  those  musical  genres,  you  should  check  out  this  solo  project. ." - A Different Shade of Black Metal Zine

"While the synthie tracks build up tension like an approaching thundersturm, the Black Metal songs burst down like when lightning strikes....The new work by Journey into Darkness is definitely more than just a Black Metal release. With the symphonic arrangements "Multitudes of Emptiness" contains an artistic merit." - MangoWave

" Songs are catchy, driven by rich and also very dark orchestrations, which strengthen the gloomy ambience but still epic created by the musician since the very firsts notes.." - Acta Infernalis


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"The album is great from start to finish and is essential for those looking for something a little different and unique in front of an endless sea of generic bands. However, keep an open mind, as this is a complex album that demands your attention and is not for those who are simply looking for something to play without attracting background attention.." - Broken Tomb Magazine

The solo project of guitarist Brett Clarin from the band Sorrow (Roadrunner 1991-1993). A unique style of symphonic black death metal.


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“delivering anthem after anthem of symphonic black metal mixed with some death metal horror and the gloomy eeriness of darkwave music” – The Independent Voice


“another great sounding recording from JID and if you are a fan of symphonic black, doom and death  metal, you should check out this album” – A Different Shade of Black Metal Zine

“The music generates a thoroughly diabolical atmosphere as it twists and turns….” – No Clean Singing


“the unending depths of eternal darkness (i.e., space) merges haunting passages with brutal heft” – Decibel Website


“I have a colossal speech about the album, but to put it on paper is another story” – Moshpit Nation