Enslain Magazine Issue #6
Dark and ominous, brooding and haunting: These words are summoned upon hearing this album. Very slow. Perhaps this is what they call "atmospheric"? No moshing here, kids. This is a soundtrack for a film projected by a mind wrought with the pangs of melancholy, patroned by questions of our existence, and the fleeting bliss it offers. You may fall asleep to this, but not out of boredom, but out of a sense of tranquil doom.