Some albums have a ton of great individual songs that just don't get it done when the record is played through as a whole, and others are like 'Lunar Falls'. Suldusk debuts with a dark folk atmo-black metal album that is most certainly enjoyed in full and the excellent flow and tension dynamics are one of the highlights of 'Lunar Falls'. The album starts off with a lot of energy from Solus Ipse to Aphasia (the best overall stretch on the record) before moving off into vocally driven folk tracks which highlight just how good Emily Highfield is on the mic. Crisp acoustic guitars and atmospheric string sections accompany her on this adventure. If there is one obvious weakness to the record it is probably that this cleaner, quieter section lasts maybe a track too long but there is still plenty of drama and great songwriting to be found here. 'Catacombs' is a wonderful track and 'Nazare' provides a ton of emotion as well in both the vocals and the instrumentation. The conclusion of the album is fantastic. 'Sovran Shrines' is the longest track on the album and it wanders from folk into an ethereal guitar bridge before concluding with the fiercest vocals on the record. The ender along with 'Aphasia' are the best songs on the album and show that there are plenty of avenues to explore by mixing folk and black metal in different ratios.