|Satyricon are back with a more refined black & roll style. More cohesive than Now, Diabolical, but not as exciting as Volcano. The Wolfpack is the most pop I've heard Satyricon since The Pentagram Burns and Fuel For Hatred, but it works.|
The insanely catchy grooves and rhythms will have you bouncing up and down as The Sign of The Trident and Black Crow On A Tombstone play out, and the ending of Den Siste is vaguely familiar to an age when Satyricon released Shadowthrone.
Subtle synth sounds and noises once again make the experience more eerie and unsettling, but if you want scary black metal, bad news im afraid...this one is more "cool" metal than "krieg".
Overall a competent album from the black and roll kings to keep you interested and coming back for more, but don't expect a huge shift in the sound department.