Another eclectic black metal album from these guys. This one is a bit more streamlined than the bluegrass/country meets black metal of the previous release. On the other hand, there are still some of those influences scattered around the album. The drumming on this is awesome.
I can't decide if I like this or the new Saor more. Either way, this adds to the growing list of impressive black metal albums of 2014. It often straddles the line between beauty and aggression and does so with style