The beginning of a seamless, near perfect discography that captures a dynamic contrast of melody and brutality, savagery and contemplation. In less than two years we have three amazing albums from this artist, and I look forward to what’s next.
This album has the brutal percussion that also shows up on Esoctrilihum’s second release, but is scaled down a bit on the new album. I’m partial to the heavier drums for sure.
Favorite track: BltQb (Black Collapse).