As The Spring Uncover Pain is a majestic album. With a very personal sonorous aesthetic – highly infused, sometimes with an strangely dismissive subtlety, with another genres, like Post-Black Metal, Post-Metal, a little DSBM, and even hard rock (well, we know that this are different labels for what are, mostly, the same thing) – and a very singular style that follows the splendorous stigma of a consciousness trying to find itself in an ocean of deranged solitude, this album is a marvelous landmark, like something you have never heard before.
With amazingly solid and reverberant qualities, In Tenebriz’s music you will find the salutary confinement of a journey that vigorously consolidates the splendor of its artistic principles in a marvelous work of art. With a higher degree of individualism, and a very personal overview in what concerns the genre he so perfectly practices, this artist deserves to have his monumental work highlighted in today’s underground scene. With a music that becomes the synergy of an embittered world, but accurately responds to the yearnings of one’s soul, As The Spring Uncover Pain is a marvelously functional and highly beautiful record, that not only honors the genre, but reinstates its importance as well.
With a major sonorous alignment, formally triggered by a whimsical musical devotion, As The Spring Uncover Pain is a solemn, astounding and incredibly great album. A state of the art work, that you can’t afford to miss it out.