Second-wave vibes but with a massive palette of sounds and approaches. There are bluesy solos, rifftastic grooves, and a wealth of blistering anticapitalist lyrics. This album is excellent.
Favorite track: The Veins of the Earth.
Antifascist Black Metal Network
One can hear echoes of the venerable Immortal here, tinges of Enslaved there, a weird blurriness in the sound that is reminiscent of old-school death metal, a guitar sound that could have come from Ritchie Blackmore... and much, much more. Yet it comes together to create a beautiful if sad and sometimes terrifying atmosphere. Original post: shorturl.at/pDHW3Favorite track: Lavender.
I have owned this album for a few days now, and listened to it on repeat. I have no idea what it's about nor what these guys are saying, but my God do I feel hopeful and awesome. Outstanding work, I can't wait for the next one. Marc Alexander Goodwin
Depressive Black / Funeral Doom Metal from the UK. As always, I am way too late in joining this party but at least I am here now... What an album this is! It is a work of near unique beauty & skill. Highly recommended!!! bmurator