This would get a review if it offered up a little more in the way of interesting material. On the band's filth studio outing, they find themselves straying more and more from the celtic side of their music and further embracing the melodic death metal sound from Gothenburg. Though the change might sound decent to metal heads on paper, it results in another mundane, clone-feeling melodeath album. They've truly joined their peeprs with this one, but not for the better. It's fortunate this would be a small stutter-step before the band regained their Celtic ground on the follow-up Caledonia.