The style present on this album follows precisely these qualities. The songs have very expansive and latent atmospheres, and the melodies are engraved by guitar lines that never leaves the surreal melancholy of its peripheral anatomy. There are not great changes of harmonies or rhythmic tonalities; you feel yourself traveling through a hazy forest, accompanied by a sound whose urgencies rely on the grace of its vivid sonorous consistencies, that are quite simple, though splendidly dramatic, and to a certain degree, unequivocally lugubrious.
A marvelous aggrandizing album that rescues some ghostly resonances of a lost past, La Dama Del Alba is quite a majestic and genuine work of art. The sound is effectively dense and primordially grievous, and the artist highlights a stylish and gracious security that vividly circumnavigates the objectivity of his dynamic and proficient creative musical layouts, that sometimes are discreetly sensible and intuitive. A work that definitely achieves the finest degree of primordial beauty, this album deserves to be publicized as a majestic and superior achievement of neo-folk medieval black metal.
A superb and splendorous state of the art work that gets better and better as the record keeps playing, La Dama Del Alba is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful albums that I have heard in the genre. Sensible, original, fearlessly creative and proverbially lucid, it’s quintessential to everyone that loves a genuine and authorial approach to avant-garde subgenres of BM.