Just two years ago, the music of Colorado-based post-punk troupe Beryl Beloved was already being lauded by Denver's A.V. Club for its "delightfully dark throwbacks to a simpler, spookier time in pop music."
Today, the band is continuing that musical tradition which began in the 1980's, and was reinvigorated to a great extent in their own local music community when the debut EP "Dressed for Burial" was released in 2010. The EP recieved some notable coverage in press pertaining to the gothic music scene, including Exclusively Gothic Lifestyle, Grave Concerns, and the Dutch e-zine Dark Entries. In a September 2010 Twitter poll of Dominion Magazine's Favourite Goth Albums of the year, "Dressed for Burial" was listed in the Top 5. Its songs have received regular airplay through a number of domestic and international avenues, including internet podcasts, FM radio, and club nights.
In 2012, the full-length album "Count the Days" was debuted on Friday the 13th. In a pre-release review of the LP written by podcast host David Jackola, the band is celebrated for a sound that "hits all the marks," with prounounced bass, tribal drums, "eerie guitar tones," and a lead vocal style that is "clear as glass yet has an edge that can draw blood."