From IFB Records:
This Desolate Veil was Jiyuna's second album and was released on CD back in 2002 with handmade wooden packages. We didn't have the money to do a vinyl run on it back then, but that has been in the back of my head for a long time, and is finally realized. Jiyuna were from Fort Myers FL and were together for roughly 11 years, but only touring for 10 days out to Texas and back. We were happy to be a part of a very vibrant and dynamic scene both locally and in Florida as a whole at the time, and this album was always my favorite material of ours, holding a power and emotional intensity that still gives me shivers. We played heavy screamo and were listening to lots of Funeral Diner, Envy, Reversal of Man, and Carlisle. Killer samples throughout as well. This vinyl edition is housed in handpainted, then screenprinted jackets with a newly designed insert by Joe Lachut. It was expertly remastered for vinyl by Dave Eck at Lucky Lacquers. Thank you to everyone that was ever a part of Jiyuna - it was truly one of the most important things in my life.
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