Based in Lansing, Michigan, Cruthu is comprised of vocalist Ryan Evans, guitarist Dan McCormick, bassist Erik Hemingsen (Scott Lehman also plays on the album), and drummer Matt Fry. The Angle of Eternity was produced by McCormick and George Szegedy at The Black Lodge in Lansing, and features cover art by Dan McDonald Studios in a grim style perfectly suited to the band's downer and ethereal songcraft. "The album is traditional doom metal with heavy '70s movements and passages - well structured and deliberate," says McCormick in assessing the aesthetic. "We were going for a more lo-fi, circa-'70s sound. Our current goal is to progress the project into some early-NWOBHM over time without compromising our traditional influence." Songs like the lurching "Lady in the Lake" and "Bog of Kildare" will earn understanding nods from fans of doomed greats like Trouble, Pagan Altar and The Gates of Slumber, and the progressive edge brought to "Seance" and the closing title-track make a clear statement that Cruthu offer a richness of approach to coincide with their memorable riffing and thematic lyrics.