One True Path

by Labyrintheory

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Labyrintheory was conceived in the mind of Matthew P. Davis in 2007. Materialization commenced in March of 2009 in the dead center of Fitchburg, MA. This debut full length album was mastered and released digitally on August 13, 2010.

This album is the first and final, since Matthew had passed away in January 2011. In his memory, his album has been released with free downloading. May he rest in peace.

"Labyrintheory is one of the only projects of its kind in all of New England, equally heavy on synth as is on guitar, and featuring authentic violin. If Candlemass met Emperor and took downers, it might sound like Labyrintheory. " - Unsigned.com

"what makes Labyrintheory stand apart is a feeling of evilness and malevolence that is prominent during the whole release. Doom-related bands that manage to display an actual evil atmosphere are quite rare, and Labyrintheory bring it to the table with talent. Well played, full of great ideas...this could be the surprise newcomer of the scene." - Doom-Metal.com

"It would seem that Matthew P. Davis has created something relatively new in black metal. And I’m liking it.
Picture a little bit of early Cradle of Filth, some Morgul, and some Moloch put into a blender with a flaming Bible and two shots of Jack Daniel’s. Add a dash of Emperor’s Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk, and Labyrintheory is a winner." - Funeralrain.net

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released December 4, 2012

All vocals, guitars, keys, and drum sounds by Matthew P. Davis.
Guest musicians include Aurora Grabill on violin and Ron Miles on bass

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Labyrintheory Fitchburg, Massachusetts

Matthew P. Davis had mastered several musical instruments within the span of 25 years, playing guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, violin, and vocals. His affiliation with bands and solo projects include Misanthropy, Tears ov Blood, Noise End Rapture, Secret Stairways, Faces of Bayon, Twelfth of Never, and Swimming in Quicksand. ... more

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