For any fans of old black metal, this is your band. With underground production and demented sounding songs, this band is definitely in the low-stream of the black metal community. The CD cover isn’t what you would expect from a black metal band; instead of a beautiful but dreary winter scene photograph in black and white, you see what looks like some sort of explosion in an oblivion.
My complaint with the album is that I feel it’s very repetitive. No songs really stick to me since they all sound alike. I do like how different this group is and it’s interesting how two men were the ones behind it, I can definitely respect the multi-musicianship. But this is definitely not the album I’ll go to if I’m ever in the mood to listen to black metal.
Overall, if you dig that aged black metal sound, then here is a band you can look forward to hearing more from. Angmar and Grave both have other projects so I’m not entirely sure how soon you’ll be hearing anything else. If they end up playing a show, let me know what’s it like because I’ll definitely love to see what they can do live.