All of the songs are technically competent, there is good flow between the songs, and there’s enough depth in the tracks to warrant repeat listens.
The adaptations to black metal that these French metal heads pull off on this album are nothing short of spectacular.
This is meat and potatoes, old-school, party-hard, and hail-Satan, balls out death metal.
Drudkh have shown that they don’t plan to relent any time soon.
There is a darkness in this record, something captivating.
A pretty typical atmospheric black metal release
A mix of Black Metal with lots of Avant-garde touches.
As 2017 drew to a close, I kept a close eye on the “Albums of the Year” lists from many popular metal webzines/sites, including Decibel, Loudwire, Bandcamp, Rolling Stone, Metal [ … ]
Suffers from a lack of consistency and originality.
Heavy, melodic, full of brittle anger and anguished pain