The biography of The Vision Bleak reads like an arch jolly thing. They introduce themselves as two circus artists willing to catch the attention of the audience. Their first single breathes horror theatre art. The well-provided cover goes back to the beginning of the twentieth century. In other words, creepy and haunting entertainment. Influenced by Max Schreck, John Carpenter, Friedrich Murnau and George Romero.
As a main musician of the later Empyrium, Schwadorf acquaints the world to solemn music, mostly acoustic and filled with classical elements. Next to that he was the inspirer of a project called Sun Of The Sleepless, a more black metal related thing. Now he is here with The Vision Bleak.