This really isn't Immortal or even black metal at all. It was never going to sound like Kylie, but neither does it resemble Quorthorn. To be honest, I don't think that it matters. This is a well executed, diverse, tuneful, well-paced generic metal album. Again, it may not enter metal history as a landmark or vital contribution to the genre, but it has enough quality to earn its place on my CD rack. Great guitars, solid drumming, and consistent vocals. Good for Demonaz. By means of celebration? A pint for me, and a cold, dead badger corpse for him to feast upon.
This surprisingly good. Demonaz's voice reminds a bit of Peter Tagtgren's clean voice.
Hmmm. What was I talking about? Oh yeah, Demonaz. This is no kvlt blak mehtul--hell, it's
hardly black to begin with--but that doesn't mean it isn't a highly enjoyable listen. Which
it totally is. Get it.