Obviously, Void can find a very defined and devoted audience, more specifically in the public that enjoys a very traditional BM, unadorned, and devoid of poetic melodies or creative experimentation. A little exasperating over some minutes, there is not too much to describe about this album. Extremely predictable, Void has abundant allusions to what traditional BM has at its best: fast and furious guitar lines, shadowy sinister melodies, growling vocals and very low key production values. Unfortunately, you can’t expect too much beyond that. The signature sound of the genre, on its tedious basic levels.
While this album really doesn’t have too much qualities of its own, the complete lack of authenticity gives poor creative prospects to the work. Undoubtedly, there is a certain degree of audacity here. But in general, the album sounds too generic to deserve any special mention.
Unfortunately, I can’t recommend this album to anyone. Too predictable and relying on ordinary musical formulas, certainly you have a lot of better options when it comes to black metal.