The strange thing is, at some points, as early in the opener 'Hunter's Moon', the music reminds of the more melodic bands in the doom metal scene, bands like Swallow the Sun for example. However, when they press their intensity-pedal, bands like High On Fire, Cult Of Luna and even Dopethrone come to mind. Then, the screaming vocals come in, along with the axe wielding riffing and the methodical beatdown of the drums.
Although it's hard to pick a favorite song, I think I'll have to go with 'No Name, No Marker', a song written for the voiceless Indigenous children who were abused and died while forced to attend residential schools in Canada and were buried in unmarked graves. The song somehow perfectly reflects the fear, despair and anger this children must have felt. Although, I have to say that 'Blood And Stone' is a slow but solid headbanger.
In all, this definitely comes highly recommended to doom fans of all ages, but it also comes with a warning. This stuff is highly addictive and out for utter destruction. Be sure to give it a listen if you're into this kind of stuff. I don't think you will be disappointed. Same goes for old school death metal fans by the way.