Three tracks/23 minutes; available on tape (pro-manufactured, first edition of 50 copies) and digitally at https://sanguinarytrance.bandcamp.com
"[...] Just as many spiritually charged, ecstatic and enthusiastic musicians exist within the sub-genre yet few in recent memory channel the head-flinging-backward daze induced by the Dionysian mysteries as Austrian black metal project Sanguinary Trance." - Grizzly Butts
"I hear strains of medieval music in the solemn but seething grandeur of the title track, which grows both increasingly mystical and increasingly savage as it unfolds, and the multi-faceted vocals are harrowing enough to raise goosebumps on the skin.“ - No Clean Singing
"Showing more promise in their first three tracks than many established acts can manage across several releases, ‘Wine, Song and Sacrifice’ imbues their raw-ish black assault with equal doses dissonant horror, Dionysian madness, vampiric melodrama and rhythmic tribal intoxication. The overall effect is a menacing and overwhelmingly sensual high that can be quite dizzying if it hits you just right [...]"
- Black Metal Daily
"‘Wine, Song and Sacrifice’ is a bloodstained love letter to the most iconic of black metal times, but with an unmistakably unique viewpoint on it. With some unforgettable moments that set your teeth on edge and make your hair stand on end, Sanguinary Trance are indeed trance invoking and the feelings it conjures are black magickal."
- The Killchain Blog
"Highly expansive and meditative stuff. Thumbs up."
- Metal Trenches
- Evening Of Light
"It’s extremely easy to get lost in their hypnotic music. Which by the way is a tightknit wall of purposely penetrating noise. I can only imagine what this might feel like to witness live. I could surmise that it would be nothing less than euphoric. Radiating such an intense atmosphere. Quite beautiful really."
- Autoeroticasphyxium Zine
- Black Salvation
- Autoeroticasphyxium Zine (second review)
"The unique highlight of "Wine, Song and Sacrifice" is the opening title track. It is a thirteen-minute atmospheric piece with a few exclusive moments. If I had to compare it to someone, I would not be afraid to point out to compatriots Abigor in their golden era. The second track "Carvings" represents the more aggressive but still traditionalist face of Sanguinary Trance. Specially conceived is the final "The Dionysos Whip", which preserves the sound of the nineties, but with the disharmony and the gauntness typical of the much later development stages of the genre. However, as in the title track, the song improves impressively to make a one-second noose at the very end."
- Sicmaggot (via Google Translate)
- Cadaver Garden
6 stars of 6: A Masterpiece."
- Arkhon Blog (via Google Translate)
- Musipedia Of Metal
- Metal Addicts
Sanguinary Trance has succeeded in crafting a fiery innovation of violence and fervor, heightened by unrelenting tangles of atmosphere and melody. Wine, Song, and Sacrifice establishes Sanguinary Trance as a name to watch out for – and has all the makings of a foundational predecessor to great and wicked works yet to come."
- Covenant Magazine
- The Mighty Decibel
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- Waldhalla Magazin
- Allaroundmetal (via Google Translate)