Equal parts inoffensive and unimpressive.
A slower and heavier Monolord, but with their own unique sound.
An exciting and at times confusing album.
A bit long-winded, but a well-composed and diverse album.
A great album for die-hard and passive doom listeners.
A good one to put on every once in a while.
Full of doomy riffs and swaggering occultism but with just enough psychedelia to keep things interesting.
One of those rare albums that is instantly pleasing on first listen, but is also a grower.
A full remix that likely won’t supersede the original, but still gives it justice while presenting the album in a new light.
off the record “Sovran”