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The core of the album is rooted in a very sinister death metal sound. With obscure occult lyrics and majestic pseudo-doom riffs leading this song, this truly is a spectacle to behold. It is in this song that Valdr shows off his drumming skill the most, with a variety of unique and interesting fills being utilised and elevating the drums during certain sections to more of a solo-based instrument rather than a rhythm-keeping one.
The guitar solos rip and shred throughout, often contrasting and thus complimenting each other nicely. His annunciation is excellent, and many lyrical passages are entirely distinguishable.
Overall, Allegro Risoluto - Andantino - Allegro Come Prima - Moderato Brioso - Prokofiev* / London Philharmon excellent release. Even the introduction, a doomy yet subtle orchestral piece, is a refreshing change from the numerous sampled introductions many bands use nowadays.
Particular passages to look out for: 1. The solos and preceding section in Scorch Blind Faith. The fittingly-placed breakdown in Venus, Morning Star.
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