On their sophomore effort, the party vikings from Norway stay mostly true to their original blackend hardcore sound but at the same time branch out from it quite drastically. There is more black metal influence, more punk and classic rock melodies, and even some progressive song writing going on through out this album. The latter portion of this album contains some of the most epic songs I've heard all year in Nekrokosmos and Tordenbrak. It's still not as good as the self titled but in the end Meir definitely holds its own. All in all Meir explores fresh and new territory for Kvelertak but at the same time, it does not tread to far from the sound they had on their debut. Best songs, Bruane Brenn, Kvelertak, and Tordenbrak.