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|4.5 superb||David Mackowiak | April 10th 13|
One of the most consistent folk/black metal releases in years, which isn't surprising considering the relation to Woods of Ypres. The material here is immediate, which is surprising given it's nature, but gives way to some impressive depths as well. If you've been looking for a solid folk release that holds more than a prance and a single glance, give this a shot.
|4.5 superb||DeadOceans | April 8th 13|
Love this album. Killer lyrics, catchy melodies, and balances great production with black metal grit. My favorite album of the year so far.
|3.5 great||Micah-Nahum Ferguson is reading again. | April 7th 13|
An intriguing and well-balanced new black metal band. Th album is a bit overrun by
unnecessary, filler moments, but its theatricality can work to its advantage and creates a
|4.0 excellent||modulor | October 26th 14|
|3.5 great||J. | April 22nd 13|
|3.5 great||Shogun | March 30th 13|
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