While I didn’t love everything about Funereal Presence’s previous
album it had a pretty unique sound, this is something which hasn’t
changed. His style of riffing and writing is instantly recognizable.
As with the last album we again have four tracks, this time the
shortest clocking in at just over eleven minutes. This is mostly a
mid-paced affair but there are times when we get some bursts of speed,
the drums are very nice and tight (both the play style as well as the
sound), he’s further pretty busy in the percussion section with both
cow and church bells (although the latter is probably sampled). I find
their sound quite hard to describe in the right words, but if you
generally like black metal and are willing to go on a wild ride of
fairly epic proportions then this is the album for you.
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