With some influences clearly derived of hard rock, punk rock, as well as a little bit of hardcore, Moon of the Wolf has a very distinct, perfunctory and amazing style, that goes direct to the point. With a sensational sonorous alignment that shows exactly what they are, and what they came for, Moon of the Wolf brings on the epicenter of its dense and categorical musical proposal a more brute form of artistry, shaped by formidable sonorous arrangements, that rescues in the axis of its amazingly dilapidated rhythmical tonalities the purity of the old traditional rock’n’roll, combined, infused and perfectly amalgamated with a fresh contemporary understanding of its most hard, but whimsical, bastard musical correlations.
Although the record is distant from being considered a masterpiece, it has a plenty of rejuvenating and original qualities. Impossible not to like or to be immediately captivated by it, Moon of the Wolf is saturated by the most pervasively dense and infuriating aspects of aggressive rock’n’roll, although its melancholic, pragmatic and depressed side is severely highlighted at the peripheral quest of its musical tangential zones.
If Moon of the Wolf can’t be considered a remarkable album, at least it is a gratifying, exceptional and vigorous musical experience. It is certainly worthwhile of each and every minute of its genuine, graceful and audacious musicality. Enthusiasts of a more experimental and original heavier noise rock will instantly feel delighted by this superb work.