Although there is a clear lack of innovation, the group has a very solid sonorous stance towards an explicitly vigorous and fundamental musical approach. With a mature musical expression, powerful and conclusive melodies, they exert a tremendous and lucid certainty over the general harmonies of their songs, exhibiting a formidable capacity of relinquish an imperial cosmogony that communicates directly to the overall soul of the universe the unavoidable coming of the eternal night into the eyes of a storm that will never fade away, as long as their music plays the part of an infinite prelude to the sincere and darkest catastrophe that will take the entire world away from existence.
As fatalist as their sound can be, it strangely keeps soft and fragile, but sinister elusive features, that makes their harmonies grow stronger and more definite as the album progresses. Nonetheless, there are some weaker points that demand patience from the listener, as the flagrant uniformity in some stages of the record, given their excessively repetitive style, makes them sound too tedious and monotonous at certain passages. The terrible lack of innovations is also another point of concern, given the fact that literally there is nothing on Anti Terrestrial Black Metal that you haven’t heard in several other BM albums before.
But, please, don’t get me wrong: despite all of its flaws, this is not a bad or mediocre album. Anti Terrestrial Black Metal have all the necessary features to please the enthusiasts of the genre. Although some of them will become disappointed by the lack of creative audacity, this is a fine, prime example of a very good conventional BM album, that certainly has everything in the right demand to please its loyal audience.