All around great album. It had me hooked from the first song, and kept me entertained throughout. To me, it has a very interesting sound and feel to it, unlike a lot of the other music I listen to, I'm not entirely familiar with doom/post-metal as this is classified as, but this might make me look into it a little more. Instrumentals are great, production quality is great, I think the female vocalist is a great screamer but an average at best singer. I think she achieves the right feel/ambiance with her singing but it's not technically spot on in my opinion, and just doesn't sound right at times. That me be a bit of a harsh criticism but it doesn't detract much of anything from the album. I've been playing this a lot recently.
Hopefully this doesn't end up like Blindead's 2nd to last album and get overlooked for two years before people realize how fucking awesome it is. Every minute of the hour+ long album is engaging and held my attention all the way through. This band deserves a hell of a lot more attention than they have gotten thus far.
One of the few bands with a female lead vocalist who can cover the whole vocal range from angelic singing to throat shredding shrieking. Instrumentally everybody brings their A game with all the instruments shinning in different areas throughout the album. I'm not sure what the lyrics are about but I have to imagine it has something to do with darkness and bleakness because of the of atmosphere presented. Don't let this band having a female vocalist stop you from listening to one of the best metal albums of the year.